Your Microbiome: What’s on Your Skin and Why Does It Matter?
The science community first started using the term “microbiome” to refer to human health in the 1960s, when researchers began to realize that not all microbes found on humans were...
Our skin is talking to us all the time, but what is it tell us? And are we listening? Anna A. Kuang, MD, MBA, FACS, explores the skin ecosystem and the relationship between happy skin and healthy skin in her latest post.
Skin is the body’s largest organ, and it’s also our first line of defense against infection, but it’s often overlooked as part of the assessment and treatment process. Listen to a discussion as to why this is often the case.