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FARGO, N.D. - Recently we packed away our winter hats, boots and scarves to prepare for summer. I decided we needed to pull out some floppy-brimmed hats, along with our gardening tools, mower, balls and bats. On the nutrition and health side, exposure...
Ephraim McDowell Health is offering free skin cancer screenings. Screenings are available in Danville, Mackville, Lancaster and Stanford and are scheduled as follows: June 26 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Gilcher Building in Danville (located behind...
Fox 5 San Diego Anchor/ReporterPOWAY, Calif. -- New rules for sunscreen labeling drafted by the Federal Drug Administration in 2011 will take effect this summer. "It's good because they're trying to make order before there was no order. The FDA is also giving the consumer some...
Baltimore Ravens Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron was a young coach at the University of Michigan when his then head coach Bo Schembechler noticed a spot on his back. The spot turned out to be a malignant mole and Cameron was diagnosed with stage 2...
It’s said over and over again: “There is no cure for cancer.” While that is true for the most part, when it comes to melanoma, if caught and treated in its earliest stages, it is often curable. Today starts Melanoma Awareness Month,...
Tags: Sun-Damaged Skin, Cancer, Skin Cancer, Skin Damage, Sunburn
1 Melanin, the pigment that gives color to skin (and eyes) is produced in cells called melanocytes. Every person has about the same number of these cells, regardless of race, but those with darker skin have larger cells that produce more pigment....
At La Feria del Nopal, we celebrate the CACTUS plant with a free concert! We also want to showcase its nutritional benefits, significance to current Mexican culture and honor its roots as a food staple in pre-Hispanic Mexican culture. Celebrity Chef...
FARGO, N.D. - When I was young, sun tanning was a popular pastime among my peers during the warm summer months. My friends had a golden glow. However, I couldn't stand the heat, and I thought lying in the sun was boring. I stayed in the cool shade and...
Tags: Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Health, Skin Cancer, Diets and Dieting
TribLocal - Orland Park » NewsThe Chicago Tribune reports: Tanning was as much a part of Lindsay Walsh's teenage social life as talking on the phone. Two or three times …...
HealthKey.com contributorCancer begins when abnormal cells in our bodies grow out of control. Cancerous cells can attack skin, organs and bones. There are many kinds of cancer. These tips focus on four types that are often associated with age. Cancer treatments can be...
Tags: Health, Intestine, Colon, Cancer, Colonoscopy
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor beauty lovers, makeup can be fun, artistic, playful even. Makeup gives us a chance to dip our fingers into a universe of color, twirl about in pots of shimmer and glitter and gloss, and exert the creative impulse with turquoise, ochre, midnight blue,...
Early detection of skin cancers — particularly melanomas — is crucial to treatment. You can help protect yourself with regular at-home body inspections, says Dr. Melissa Schwarzschild of Richmond Dermatology & Laser Specialists in Richmond,...
Tags: Health, Cancer, Physical Conditions, Skin Cancer, Skin Lesion
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