Current Approaches to Treating Sunburn
Australians are known for their love of the outdoors, especially during our long hot summers. However, on a summer's day, sunburn can occur in as little as 15 minutes. All types of sunburn, whether serious or mild, can cause permanent and irreversible skin damage. Sunburn also increases the risk of skin cancer, doubling the risk of melanoma if it occurs more than 5 times in a person. Sunburn is common, with more than 30 percent of adults and 70 percent of children and adolescents reporting at least one sunburn during the year.Read more
WEIGHT LOSS SUPPLEMENTS, DO THEY REALLY WORK?
For 1 in 5 of us, weight loss is high on our list of new year resolutions. Although we understand a better diet, more exercise and drinking plenty of water are the foundations of shedding those kilos, it is common for those of us pursuing better health to reach for a supplement to help speed up the results. However, the ingredients in these supplements can have little scientific evidence behind them, may have side effects and can interfere with other medications.Read more