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Ouch – possibly accompanied by a sour facial expression – that’s the typical reaction to one of summer’s most annoying infections.
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Normally the body cools itself by sweating, but what happens when it doesn't?
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If you sport a bronzed glow year-round, Erik Dunki-Jacobs MD wants you to reevaluate your desire for tanned skin. It could save your life.
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Essential fatty acids, like Omega-3 and Omega-6, are an important component of any healthy diet. They help build up the lipid-based cell membranes that hold in water and nutrients. In the case of the skin, those lipids also form an oil barrier that protects the skin from UV damage and pollutants.
The skin is no different from the rest of the body when it comes to needing hydration. Water helps to remove impurities from the skin that can lead to pimples. Water also hydrates the skin, which keeps it looking plump and smooth.
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Andrew Islam MD
Phone 812 934 6428
TriHealth Orthopedic & Spine Institute
256 S. State Route 129
Batesville, IN 47006
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