According to the National Interagency Fire Center, as of July 27, 2018, one-hundred large fires had burned about 1.7 million acres across the U.S. The Insurance Information Institute (III) states that the Carr fire, which broke out on July 23, 2018, in California, is the 6th most destructive fire in the state’s history and was
You’ve heard the message over and over again: Protect your skin from the sun! And for good reason. Not only can sun exposure lead to skin cancer, it’s also the number-one enemy when it comes to premature aging. But recent studies have created some concern that maybe we’re avoiding the sun a little too much.
We’re smack in the middle of vacation season, which means you may soon be jetting off to another location, perhaps with an entirely different climate. You’re probably thinking of all the sights you’re going to see and the fun you’re going to have, but we encourage you to think of one more thing: your skin.
You know that stress isn’t good for you, but it’s hard to avoid. As long as it comes and goes quickly and you’re able to relax again, everything is usually fine, but if it goes on for several weeks or months, it could negatively affect your health. In fact, scientists have linked chronic stress to