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Men Are More Likely To Die From Skin Cancer

Skin cancer accounts for more than 50% of all cancers combined with 90% of it caused by the sun . Although men and women are equally prone to skin cancer, white men are more likely than women to die of skin cancer. And the reason for this statistical inequality is absurd. Many men find the topic of...
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Mole-Checking Apps Do Have Limitations

One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70 . That's a lot of people! The good news is with early detection, many skin cancers can be removed before they cause major problems. That's lead to a slew of phone apps to check moles for any signs of cancer. The apps claim to analyze your...
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Caring For Your Tattoo

Four in ten Americans have at least one tattoo and while there is a lot of thought that goes into their meaning, making sure they look great for a lifetime can be taken for granted. Starting with the initial tattoo. It can take upward of 30 days for your skin to completely heal from the trauma...
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Dry January Has Lasting Affects For The Entire Year

A challenge you many want tackle the first month of the New Year is something called "Dry January," where you abstain from drinking alcohol for the whole month of January. The results, according to a recent study can not only help you lose weight, sleep better, improve your skin and save you money...
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Coffee Linked To Lower Risk Of Rosacea

Coffee has been linked with combating heart disease, cancer, dementia, diabetes and depression. Now it appears to do wonders to the outside of your body too! Drinking four cups of coffee every day could decrease your risk of rosacea, a new study has revealed. Researchers say that those who drank...
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Coconut Oil May Be To Blame For Your Recent Acne Outbreak

Coconut oil is great! Not only do you use it in the kitchen, many use it in the bathroom in your hair on your skin. However the white oil is a comedogenic that can block pores and cause blackheads. It doesn't mean everyone who uses coconut oil on their skin will have an acne breakout but if you've...
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The Unusual Uses Of Used Tea bags

And you though tea bags were only to brew tea! It feels so good to be able to do something with the things we'd normally discard, such as used coffee grounds as rose fertilizer. There are many uses for those once-used tea bags that you'd never think about doing. For instance, you can protect house...
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Sunscreen Pills Are A Scam

Memorial Day weekend is billed as the unofficial beginning of summer and although thought turn to long days by the pool or on the beach, it's important to never let your guard down as scammers look for ways to take your money and run. The latest trend are pills that promise to prevent sunburn and...
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Veterinarian Advice On Owning A French Bulldog

The popularity of the French bulldog is growing with their adorable big-ears and snub-nose. But those features can lead to costly vet bills which has lead veterinarians to ask owners, is the French bulldog really for you? That adorable smushed in face means the French bulldog is prone to breathing...
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Nail Salons May Be Putting You At Risk Of Developing Cancer

Sad news for your mani/pedi appointments. The UV light used to set your nail gel or shellac polish may be a gateway to skin cancer. Although UV setting machines are in nearly every nail salon, the machines have no standardization of the strength of the UV rays they produce. Medical professionals...
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