Skin cancer and sunscreens

  Over 2 million people are diagnosed with more than 3.5 million skin cancers each year.¹  In addition, there is significant evidence that sunburns increase the risk for melanoma, a potentially fatal form of skin cancer.²  Regardless of the color of your skin, a broad-spectrum (provides protection against both UVA and UVB rays) sunscreen with an SPF of at least … Read More

Tubular breast deformity

Tubular breast deformity refers to a congenital condition in which the breast fails to develop fully.  The ideal breast is round with breast tissue spread out across the chest.  In a tubular deformity, the volume of breast tissue may be normal or deficient, but it is concentrated directly below the nipple.  As a result, the breast may appear long and … Read More