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5 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer

Posted 07-23-2014 at 06:48 PM by ChristaIB (HealthBoards Blog)
Updated 08-20-2014 at 08:40 PM by ChristaIB

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After the cold winter months, many people are thrilled to see the sun and take in its rays. Who can blame them? The fiery force provides warmth, gives our wintery pale skins color and helps our bodies produce vitamin D. But some people overexpose themselves to the sun, putting themselves at risk of being one of the more than 3.5 million Americans who develop skin cancer every year. Let this summer be a safe one; learn how you and your family can protect yourselves from skin cancer....
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5 Skin Cancer Safety Tips

Posted 05-13-2014 at 06:45 PM by ChristaIB (HealthBoards Blog)
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After finding shelter in heavy coats over the cold, winter months, many people are eager to shed the layers of clothing and bathe their skin in the warmth of the sun’s rays. Sure treating your wintry pale skin to a tan sounds appealing—and even looks attractive on most—but overexposure can lead to skin cancer. With May marking Skin Cancer Awareness Month, now is the time to arm yourself with tips that will help you protect yourself.

Tips to Prevent Skin Cancer...
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Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer

Posted 07-05-2013 at 04:20 PM by ChristaIB (HealthBoards Blog)
Updated 10-17-2013 at 11:53 AM by ChristaIB

Are you spending more time out in the sun this summer? If so, remember to wear skin cancer. And, if you do have any moles or skin spots that look questionable, get them checked out by a dermatologist. Early detection and prompt treatment of skin cancer deliver the best results and long-term prognosis.

Skin Cancer Facts to Consider

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, moisturizers...
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