If you’ve tried every organic and natural skin and hair care product, but you’re still suffering from skin irritation or acne, there’s a reason: In the world of beauty, green isn’t always better. Dermatologist Jody Comstock and The List’s Donna Ruko have the dirt on the plant-based ingredients that could be sabotaging your skin… and some that actually help.
Regular screening by primary care physicians can help catch melanoma much earlier, making it potentially easier to treat and increasing the likelihood patients will survive the disease, according to a recent study. Photo by cunaplus/Shutterstock CHICAGO, June 7 (UPI) — Regular screening for skin cancer could help doctors detect it earlier, finding cancer when it is smaller and potentially easier to treat, researchers say. The program was based on a similar one in Germany, and was mounted by researchers because of increasing rates of skin cancer that is farther along and more difficult to treat.