For Part 1, please click here. A recent study has shown exercising 2.5 hours a week may slow Parkinson’s progression. 3,400 patients in N. America, the Netherlands, and Israel participated in the study. Parkinson’s disease damages a person’s ability to move. Participants that exercised 150 minutes a week were able to stand up from a chair, […]
A recent study has shown exercising 2.5 hours a week may slow Parkinson’s progression. 3,400 patients in N. America, the Netherlands, and Israel participated in the study. Exercise Keeps Your Cells Young! In fact, it could be considered a ‘fountain of youth’. Even older folks (we know who we are) can REVERSE certain aspects of “cellular” aging […]
Cold winter weather makes it hard to want to go outdoors, short days make you want to be home and cozy, and good TV shows keep you up and make you want to sleep in. I need motivation, and it just came into my email box from the National Cancer Institute.
Women’s skin care and skin care products are traditionally advertised and discussed through commercials, print, television, and billboards. Men’s skin care and skin care products are not touched on with the same gusto used for women. Why is that?
Alkaline foods are the foods our ancestors ate when they were primitive hunters and gatherers. Our bodies like these foods. Today, processed food and animal based foods are so easy to come by. They aren’t the foods you should eat as the foundation of your diet. Alkaline food lists are complex and contradictory. After lots of time and study, I’ve developed The Alkaline Mediterranean Diet. Get the Pyramid here.
The herpes virus that causes cold sores is a germ you can potentially ‘catch’ when you share personal items such as makeup. Herpes infection is common. Since preserving virus activity requires moisture, actively exchanging lipstick or cosmetic brushes would be the biggest risk;
As we near the end of the Holiday season and march towards the end of an interesting 2016, we are reminded to take a breath to reflect on what we are thankful for. Dr. Bailey Skin Care recently asked patients what they were thankful for this past year, and we believe some of the answers […]
Permanently straightening curly hair is not easy. Nature holds the curls in the protein structure of the hair shaft, and straightening the shaft involves chemically breaking those bonds. Permanently curling straight hair is similarly difficult. That’s why harsh chemicals are involved in both curling and straightening hair. A lawsuit was filed against L’Oréal in September of […]
See me, Board Certified Dermatologist Dr. Cynthia Bailey, live on Facebook every Wednesday at 12:30 PST, for “What’s Trending Wednesday.” I’ll discuss “What’s Trending On Your Skin – Seasonal Dermatology for the Northern Hemisphere.” Skin problems vary with the seasons. I’ve seen it for years in my practice. Now I’m going to share my observations with you so you […]
Special Delivery! Dr. Bailey’s blog roundup of this summer’s posts. LAST ONE! Did you miss any of our skin health news and information this summer? This is the last article in this summer blog roundup series, where we’ve listed 3 to 4 articles published from June to early August, in chronological order, so you don’t miss a thing. This special delivery will keep […]