#1691: Skin Care and Self Care | 51%

December 20, 2021 00:29:14
#1691: Skin Care and Self Care | 51%
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#1691: Skin Care and Self Care | 51%
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On this week’s 51%, we take a break to focus ourselves. Dermatologist Dr. Jean Buhac offers up some tips to better love the skin you’re in. Dr. Hida Nierenburg discusses how to ward off headaches and migraines this holiday season. And Dr. Sharon Ufberg speaks with author Elayne Fluker about the importance of asking for help, and how doing it all doesn’t have to mean doing it all alone.

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