- July 1st, 2014
Midsummer is full of activity: From backyard bashes to county fairs to afternoons on the pontoon, we’re bound to spend a lot of time outside. Although we may be thankful for the warmer temperatures, longer days, and fun in the sun, our skin may be singing a different tune.Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that you have to itchBy Dr. Linda Miles, DOM
- March 1st, 2014
Itchy skin can be one of the most irritating sensations, and the itching is even more frustrating if you don’t know the cause. Several triggers—such as allergies, illness, dryness, and even stress—can be responsible on a recurring basis.Inside the causes and cures of itchingBy Linda Miles, DOM
- March 1st, 2013
Winter months can bring on the itch as cold weather and indoor heat dry out the skin. For some people itchy, dry skin is something more: a symptom of atopic dermatitis (eczema), contact dermatitis, or hives. Skin testing by an allergy expert is the best route to long-term skin solutions, but Brian Rotskoff, MD, offers up these general guidelines for understanding your skin condition.