When we are younger and just learning to care for our skin, we are largely led to believe that what we put on our face will make a difference. In some cases, this is true. High-quality skincare products may be used to manage acne and other sensitive skin conditions. They may even do some good […]
Many women elect to undergo breast reduction surgery for a variety of reasons. They may be experiencing backaches, neck pain, or numbness in the hands and fingers because of their larger breasts. What’s more, women with large breasts may find it challenging to exercise, swim, play sports and even fit into certain clothing. Having large […]
Diet and exercise are the best ways to firm and tone your body, but sometimes it isn’t enough. This can be frustrating. Who wants to work out like crazy and watch every calorie only to realize that some of that loose, excess fat just won’t budge? If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. You […]
So you’ve chosen to under cosmetic surgery. Congratulations! This decision has likely been given much research and thought. After all, it’s a big investment of time and money. Now that you’ve decided to have a cosmetic procedure, you’ll want to be sure that you not only recover safely over time but that you’re pleased with […]
Botox, a safe injectable that can make you look years younger, normally produces results that last around three to four months. Touch-ups a few times a year with Dr. Samuel Lin in our Boston office can help you keep that younger look. Use only the best products for your skin. Your skin should be given […]
Had a great meeting with the Susan G. Komen development team this morning– thank you to all our supporters in helping to support the cause to help in the research and treatment of breast cancer!
All the best for the upcoming New Year!
I was honored to be on NECN “The Take” last night with Lori Van Dam from Susan G Komen talking about breast cancer screening in Massachusetts from Komen’s latest community report. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2aZCIsh
All the best to everyone!
Thanks to everyone who contributed and who contribute and work every day towards finding a cure for breast cancer!