Hello all! The sun is out and it’s a hot one today. PLEASE, PLEASE, wear sunscreen. Don`t leave your home naked. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer and the most common cancer for 25-to 29-year-olds.
Cool breezes blowing in from the lake, burgers grilling on the barbeque, marshmallows roasting on the fire and itchy mosquito bites threatening to unhinge you: Summer just wouldn’t be complete without a week at the cottage. Make the most of it with these can’t-live-without cottage essentials.
There’s a divide among parents: to apply sunscreen and potentially harmful chemicals on your kids, or not to apply sunscreen and take your chances with the sun?
By Karen Kwan Kudos on protecting yourself from UV rays by wearing sunscreen daily—but have you had your skin checked by a dermatologist lately, or ever? We touched base with Dr. Benjamin Barankin, Toronto dermatologist and Medical Director of the Toronto Dermatology Centre to find out who needs to make an appointment, and how often.