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What You Need to Know About Melanoma

Written by: Dr. Neil Sadick Melanoma is the deadliest of skin cancers, mostly because it can spread very quickly and attack organs such as the brain and lungs. The rates…

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4 Steps to Practice Safe Sun

The summer is in full swing, and now is the time to take advantage of the nice weather by getting outside. And you should — it’s good for you! Studies show…

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Where You’re Not Applying Sunscreen (But Should Be)

Think you’re covered when it comes to sunscreen? Surprise: most of us aren’t using it appropriately. One study showed that most people apply only 25-50 percent of the amount of…

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Your One-Stop Summer Resource Guide

With the first day of summer less than two weeks away, it’s the perfect time to talk about enjoying the sun safely, cooling down with healthy sips, and exercising in…

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Taking Advantage of the Sunshine

The weather has finally started to heat up and I’ve really enjoyed being able to get outside and enjoy walks with Lisa and occasional games with my kids and grandkids….

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Protecting Your Eyes as the Days Get Brighter

One of my favorite parts of this time of year is how long the days start to get. While I spent the winter leaving for work and coming home in…

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You Wanted to Know: Darker Skin and the Sun

We all love the feel of some summer rays, but don’t let the sun blind you. No matter what color your skin is, broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30…

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Navigating New Sunscreen Labels

With the warm weather approaching, people are starting to wear a lot less clothing. But everyone, regardless of skin color, can get skin cancer. New regulations by the Food and…

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