Mid-Morning Full Archive

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Friday, June 26, 2009Dupont Resource Center: Taking Care of Your Skin Host(s): Char Binkley

It covers about 3000 square inches, weighs around six pounds, and is the largest organ of the human body. What is it? Your Skin. The Dupont Resource Panel returns to Mid-Morning with Dr. Severinac to help guide you through steps for taking care of this vital organ. After all - it keeps all your other organs in place! Learn why it's important to keep it hydrated, how to keep the summer sun from sizzling your beloved skin into cancer and also get your skin questions answered.
 
Tags: skin, skin cancer, plastic surgeon, Dr Eastlund Categories: n/a
Friday, June 27, 2008Summer Skin Care Host(s): Char Binkley

The summer sun works magic in turning our pale winter skin to a golden brown. But is there more than just a color change happening beneath the surface? During today's Mid-Morning, Dr. Eastlund and Dr. Severinac discuss skin care, skin cancer, reconstructive surgery, and numerous matters of the skin.
 
Tags: tan, skin care, skin, cancer, resconstructive surgery Categories: n/a
Friday, July 27, 2007Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

The summer sun works magic transforming pale winter skin to a golden brown. But is there something sinister happening beneath the bronze? Dr. Marvin Eastlund and Dr. Robert Severinac explain why there's no such thing as a "safe" tan and offer advice for caring for your body's largest organ.
 
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