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Fifty people will be able to get a free skin cancer screening Saturday, June 8, at the PeaceHealth St...Doctors may examine arms, legs and above the chest or other areas that are of concern to participants...The most common of all cancers, skin
May 24, 2013 Today is the beginning of Memorial Day weekend and the summer holiday season. It's a day to remember to enjoy your fried chicken, while not frying your skin. (OK, fried chicken isn't exactly healthy for you, but it is fun once in a while.
Free skin cancer screenings will be available at Southcoast Centers for Cancer Care on June 12. The screenings will be given by dermatologists Dr. Ronald Schneider and Dr. Richard Waldman, who will provide information on skin cancer prevention and
The milk thistle plant contains a natural anti-cancer agent called silybin, also known as silibrinin, which has long been used for preventing allergies and repairing liver damage. Previous studies have shown that silybin can help prevent various
Mark Baker Some 300 health fund clinics around the country will next week be open to the public for free checks of moles by dermatologists and plastic surgeons, as part of a campaign to mark Skin Cancer Awareness Week. Dr. Lital Keinan-Boker, who
Published May 16, 2013 FoxNews.com A diagnosis of skin cancer isn't something anyone wants to receive, but contracting the disease may actually have a protective effect when it comes to another devastating illness. In a new study, researchers from
But as I tell my patients in the multi-cultural borough of the Bronx, NY, skin cancer does not discriminate and it impacts all populations regardless of color. While somewhat rarer in skin of color, skin cancers, including potentially deadly melanoma,
Published May 15, 2013 The Wall Street Journal Malignant skin cancers develop in different areas of the head and neck in men and women. The reason may simply be because men are often the drivers of a car, while women are more often the passengers,
No time like the present to come out with the news: I have been diagnosed with skin cancer . There really isn't much special about that, since it is a distinction I share with over 2 million Americans who have a skin cancer removed every year.
Asymmetry of the mole. If you were to draw a line across the mole, the two halves will be very different...C: Color varies throughout the mole. This can include different shades of brown, tan, black or even red, blue or another color.