Omicron is more contagious but supposedly causes less mortality and morbidity. Here in New Zealand we are just beginning to see a rapid increase in cases. It’s time for us to learn to live alongside this virus. In this episode I discuss some practical tips on how to minimise and manage your risk living in a Covid world.
In this episode I’ll help you decode what the labels actually mean. So you can spend less time debating between brands, and more time actually enjoying the summer. I’ll explain the most common words and phrases found on sunscreens so you can approach the shelves (or the websites) with the confidence that you’re getting what you want and need, whether that’s a formula that won’t irritate your skin, one that won’t harm the environment, one that won’t budge when you sweat, or all of the above.
You’ve all heard the old saying, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, but Is beauty really in the eye of the beholder or is it in our DNA? I explain some scientific theories on beauty as well as outline how you can use the millisecond that science has proven you have, to make a great first impression!
On this Episode Dr K ventures into the changes that occurs in your 50s 60s 70s and beyond. While 50 can sound daunting its really a privilege to reach half century. Find out how your bone, muscles, fat, and skin change during these years with the common concerns that happens and what you can do to stay ahead of these changes.
Join Dr K for the second episode in this 3 part Launch Series on Facial Ageing Through The Decades. The complexities of the changes that occur in the human face vary depending on your genetics, skin colour and your lifestyle. Key structures in the layered arrangement of the face include muscle, fat, bone & skin. Ageing occurs in all these structures but the onset and the speed of age-related changes differ between each specific structure, between each individual, and between different ethnic groups.
Yes it’s finally here. Welcome to episode of 1 MITM. In this 3 part launch series of medicine in the mirror, I will try to answer some of these questions and take you on the facial ageing journey through each decade discussing common concerns and what you can do to stay on top of these changes. Facial ageing and what to do about it has always been and remains a complex elusive topic.