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Wordless Wednesday…Take UV Skinz for a Stroll

Wordless Wednesday…Take UV Skinz for a Stroll

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Preparing your child (and yourself) for a Dermatologist Appointment

Preparing your child (and yourself) for a Dermatologist Appointment

The number of Caucasian children 18 and under (as young as 2-years-old) who develop Melanoma is on the rise. From 1973-2009 more than 1200 children were diagnosed with Melanoma. Diagnoses like these have shown an increase of 2% a year. Melanoma is an the most aggressive form of skin cancer. If caught early there is a good chance of survival, but if left to spread it can be deadly. What could cause childhood Melanoma? Sun sensitivity disorders …

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Celebrate Bob Marley’s Life with Melanoma Awareness!

Celebrate Bob Marley’s Life with Melanoma Awareness!

Bob Marley was born to his parents as Nesta Robert Marley on this day in 1945. The legendary musician and King of Reggae would have been 68-years-old today. Marley died at the age of 36 on May 11, 1981 when he lost his battle with skin cancer. The skin cancer was first found in 1977 when Marley complained of an injury on his toe that was not healing. He underwent surgery to remove the malignancy from his foot, …

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Wordless Wednesday…China Beach Goers Wear Facekini’s!

Wordless Wednesday…China Beach Goers Wear Facekini’s!

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Weekend Update: Australia Day

Weekend Update: Australia Day

How did Australia celebrate Australia Day?…Get the details here! Australia Day, 26 January, is the anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet of 11 convict ships from Great Britain, and the raising of the Union Jack at Sydney Cove by its commander Captain Arthur Phillip, in 1788. Australia Day is celebrated with community events, spending time with friends and family or taking advantage of the national holiday to rest and relax! Australian citizens also …

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Scientist Grow Human Skin to Fight Skin Cancer

Scientist Grow Human Skin to Fight Skin Cancer

Scientists at the European Centre for the Environment and Human Health at the University of Exeter’s Tremough campus have been researching a way to grow skin specifically to tackle Malignant Melanoma. They first announced their intent to grow human skin back in November 2012, saying that it would take at least 6 months or more to get the full clearance on their ground breaking research. Cancer research is often of single cells, but scientists at the …

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Wordless Wednesday…Caption this!

Wordless Wednesday…Caption this!

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