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What You Need to Know About Skin Moles

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Skin moles are a normal skin growth that appear during childhood and the first thirty years of life. It is not uncommon for people to have dozens of moles by the time they reach the age of thirty on many different areas of their body. However, since irregular moles can be a sign of sign …
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Risk Factors of Squamous Cell Carcinoma

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In the last few decades, sunscreen lotions and sun umbrella sales have sky-rocketed due to one nasty disease: squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). Gone are the care-free days of sun bathing and purposely exposing naked skin the sun. One of the main risk factors for this deadly skin cancer is prolonged to UV rays, usually from …
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Melanoma: On the Rise in Children

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No one can deny the absolute cuteness of a toddler in a bathing suit splashing around in the waves at the beach. There is just something so sweet about those tiny arms and legs and a roly-poly belly sticking out in the warm sunshine. Yet, exposing those sweet limbs and belly without proper sunscreen is …
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