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SPF 100+ is significantly better protection than SPF 50+  in preventing sunburns if you are getting prolonged and recurrent sun exposure (more than one day at the beach or on the water fishing for example) according to a study results published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.


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Caffeine could reduce your risk of basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma. Coffee and black tea that has caffeine is thought to support a natural cell death , called apoptosis, of UV damaged keratinocytes that if left unchecked can progress to non melanoma type skin cancers. A recent study was published out of China supporting this observation also in the Chinese population as well. So enjoy that cup of black tea or your morning wake up Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks coffee!

Post Covid Vaccination Skin Reactions


Post Covid Vaccination Skin Reactions: Some, mostly nonserious, skin reactions, such as hives are being seen post the mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines typically between a few hours and a few days to one week after being injected. Large local injection site reactions, erythema, edema, diffuse rashes, redness, and swelling in the hands and feet are the most common. For most patients, topical steroids and antihistamines help resolve these reactions. There have been some reports of herpes and shingles outbreaks. Of note, there have been some reports of rashes in infants of vaccinated breast-feeding mothers.

                                                                                                       Metformin could Reduce Risk of Basal Cell Carinoma:



A new study shows that Metformin, a commonly used diabetes medication, can possibly reduce the  risk of basal cell carcinoma via its chemoprotective effect. Metformin has some anticarcinogenic properties that even at low doses, may reduce a person's risk of developing basal cell skin cancer. This study  that came our of Iceland showed an association, not causation, so further studies will be needed, but this is an interesting and promising research pursuit.

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