sunburn

At this time of year I see many patients who are trying to distinguish old wives' tales about hair loss in the summer months from anecdotal truths and plain facts. So, what should those wary of thinning hair be aware of?
The wait is finally over and summer has arrived! But before you step out with sunnies at the ready, here are some sun care
A cancer charity has raised concerns about the number of people who admit that they sunburn on purpose in order to "deepen
Over exposure to the sun is the skin's number one enemy. Unless steps are taken to shield our skin from its glare, it quickly becomes wrinkly and slack. Not only do the sun's rays destroy the supporting collagen and elastin fibres of the skin, but they also encourage deep brown pigmentation marks known as 'age' or liver spots.
We've all done it - spent a day in the sun and sought shelter before we're burnt - only to develop a lobster-esque sheen
Wimbledon fortnight is here again. We always hope for a sunny two weeks to watch our tennis heroes, but cloudless skies can cause problems for both players and spectators. Although not always the hottest part of the year, late June and early July is the time when the Ultraviolet light (UVL) part of sunlight is at its strongest.
Scientists believe the key to ageless skin could be staring right back at you from your salad bowl. According to research
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A secret from the sea could lead to a pill that prevents sunburn within five years, scientists have
We all enjoy a sunny day or a good summer holiday but the sun's rays can be very damaging and children are particularly susceptible to the harmful effects of the sun.