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More Than Skin Deep - Featured Article on our Creator, Dr. Paul Dean.

More Than Skin Deep - Featured Article on our Creator, Dr. Paul Dean.

  More Than Skin Deep By Adama Dyoniziak INGREDIENTS:ONE WORLD TRAVELER. International health interest, CDC epidemiology experience, Master’s degree in public health. Mix all ingredients vigorously, and liberally add vibrant watercolors. Let grow and flourish. Makes one Project Access volunteer dermatologist and watercolor painter: Dr. Paul Dean, of Grossmont Dermatology...

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Diabetes and Skin - What to Look For and How to Care For It.

Diabetes and Skin -  What to Look For and How to Care For It.

The effects of diabetes reach far and wide, including one of the most visible organs—your skin. Your skin can often be the first indicator that diabetes is on the horizon. Good diabetes management, combined with a regular skincare regimen, can prevent painful and potentially dangerous skin complications. How to Take...

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Amputee Skin Care 101: How to Care for Residual Skin and Stop Skin Problems Before They Start

Amputee Skin Care 101: How to Care for Residual Skin and Stop Skin Problems Before They Start
Skin care plays an integral role in an amputee’s independence and mobility. Whether on the lower or upper extremities, the residual’s skin has to maintain its integrity for the proper and comfortable fit and wear of a prosthesis. A daily skincare routine stands as the first defense against the kinds of skin issues that could potentially limit mobility.

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How to Build an At-Home Exercise Routine to Maintain the Fit (and comfort) of Your Prosthesis

How to Build an At-Home Exercise Routine to Maintain the Fit (and comfort) of Your Prosthesis

Your activity level may go down for reasons out of your control like seasonal weather changes, illness, or mandated stay-at-home restrictions. Prolonged inactivity can alter the fit of your prosthesis, which can limit mobility until you’ve gotten it refit. An at-home exercise routine can help maintain your strength, the fit of your prosthesis, and overall independence.

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5 Tips for Summertime Amputee Skin Care

5 Tips for Summertime Amputee Skin Care
Seasonal changes — spring to summer and summer to fall — present unique challenges for amputee skin care. Skin care plays a pivotal role as you maintain independence and mobility year-round. Whether it’s excess perspiration (summer) or dry skin (winter), most amputees have to make adjustments to their normal skincare routine according to the season.

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