Living with psoriasis can feel very challenging at times and one thing that helps is to talk about it. Since our own Forefront dermatologist, Dr. Michelle Chambers is an expert in psoriasis treatment, we thought we’d ask her for some
Written by Dr. Betsy Wernli It's that time of year again when we pack up our backpacks, put on new school clothes and hit new classrooms. With the excitement of reading, writing, and arithmetic also come lots of potential
Currently in the United States, 7.5 million people are living with some form of psoriasis. If you or someone you know has been affected with psoriasis, you know that it is much more than just a rash or a skin
Dermatology is usually most associated with your skin, but did you know that dermatologists also diagnose and treat conditions involving your hair and nails? Generally, healthy hair and nails reflect good overall health however sometimes we come across conditions and
This week is National Women’s Health Week. The goal of the week is to empower women to make their health a priority and to help women understand what steps can be taken to start improving their health. Even though our
With winter coming to a close, your skin has probably taken a beating from the long months of cold, dry, harsh and windy weather. Moving into spring, the environmental changes about to ensue can wreak havoc on your skin.
Your Winter Skin Health Tips Winter has come early! December 21st marks the first official day of winter, but this year many parts of the United States have already experienced cold dry air, freezing temperatures and snow. Heaters and electric
Your Holiday Skin Health Survival Guide The holiday season has arrived. So have the parties, shopping, family gatherings and the office cookie exchange. It’s a wonderful time of year, but the stress, rich foods and long days can take their
Halloween might be scary, but your fall skincare routine doesn't have to be Fall skincare tips for taking the scare out of skincare It’s October and fall is in full swing, temperatures have dropped and you just might see a
Summer’s Over, Skin Protection and Monitoring Shouldn’t Be, Skin Cancer Awareness is a Year Round Activity. Skin cancer is on the rise. In fact, there are more new cases of skin cancer than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined.