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ALERT for patients on Hormone Replacement Therapy:

Please be aware that as of August 1, 2010, all female patients that elect to have their Hormone Replacement Therapy prescribed through our office will be required to maintain their annual exams (pelvic/pap, breast exam, etc.) and mammograms directly through our office.

Sunscreen Prevents Skin Aging
If the threat of skin cancer doesn't arm you with sunscreen, think anti-aging!
Sunscreen Prevents Skin Aging

Posted on June 28, 2013 in Skin-Hair Aesthetic Medicine


The daily use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen slows, and may even prevent, sags and wrinkles – the hallmarks of aging skin. Maria Celia B. Hughes, from the University of Queensland (Australia), and colleagues asked 903 Australian men and women , ages 55 years and younger, to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily, and/or to consume a dietary supplement of beta-carotene (30 mg) daily. Subjects were followed for a four-year period, with dermatological assessments conducted to analyze changes in skin appearance. The researchers found that the daily sunscreen group exhibited no detectable increases the aging at the end of the study term. Further, the subjects who used sunscreen daily showed 24% less skin aging, as compared to those who used sunscreen periodically. No effect was seen for beta-carotene supplementation.

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