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Facial skincare concerns

Do you have problem areas or concerns about your facial skin, or any issues with your skincare that you would like to discuss?

Send me a couple of good quality photos of your areas of concern and I will analyse them – and get back to you with possible causes of these problems and recommendations for improvements in your diet and skincare routine which will be able to help alleviate the problems. 46 more words

Anti-ageing

The Connection Between Sun Exposure and Skin Cancer

By Dr. Mercola – November 14, 2014

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  • The Connection Between Sun Exposure and Skin Cancer

Unquestionably, UV radiation can be dangerous; it can increase your risk for certain skin cancers such as squamous cell, basal cell, and melanoma. 956 more words

Health

Five Tips to Get an Appropriate, Sensible Amount of Sun

By Dr. Mercola – November 14, 2014

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Again, sunshine offers substantial health benefits, including vitamin D production, but you do need to exercise a few simple precautions to protect yourself from overexposure. 365 more words

Vitamin D

How Much Sun Exposure Is Sensible?

By Dr. Mercola – November 14, 2014 – http://wp.me/p48qxr-3aD

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On its website, Cancer Research UK reports that “by enjoying the sun safely and avoiding sunburn, people can reduce their risk of skin cancer and enjoy the beneficial effects of the sun.” Cancer Research UK’s sun advice is endorsed by the British Association of Dermatologists, Cancer Research UK, Diabetes UK, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, the National Heart Forum, the National Osteoporosis Society, and the Primary Care Dermatology Society. 542 more words

Health

Hey Doc

I had an interesting new experience last week.

I visited the dermatologist. (And yes, you know where this is going.) He diagnosed the annoying bump on my nose as basal cell carcinoma and removed it. 332 more words

Surprising new vitamin D research: Benefits of natural sunlight

We have been advocating that the best way to produce vitamin D is through natural sunlight. This is by far the most effective and beneficial way of getting your daily dose. 412 more words

Health And Wellbeing

6 Reasons to spend more time in the sun

Who doesn’t love the beach? That feeling of the warm summer sun and the cool ocean breeze.

Well you’d be happy to know that there are proven health benefits to spending more time in the sun. 680 more words

Health And Wellbeing