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Had my quarterly check for skin cancers by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 01 Apr 2011 2:01am Yesterday, I had my quarterly check for skin cancers. Both of my parents had skin cancers. My dad was of the older generation who always wore a hat everywhere he went. Even with the shading from his hat, he still had skin cancers on his head. I was of the new generation who took pride that we didn't wear hats at all. So, for 41 years, I baked my ... Read on »
Skin Cancer: Who are the people most prone to getting skin cancer? by DrEmilyAltman Posted Sat 07 May 2011 3:34pm Dr. Altman’s answer to “Who are the people most prone to getting skin cancer?” on Quora The majority of skin cancers are due to sun exposure, so in general, people who are most susceptible to sun damage and/or have had the most sun exposure are most likely to get skin cancer. Melanin is the pigment in the skin that protects from ... Read on »
Glowing Golf by Ashley's Mom Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 12:00am It was another hot, sweltering Sunday afternoon. I really can't imagine what it will be like when August gets here. Fortunately, our city has a lot of indoor entertainment for days when you go outside and it seems your skin is melting. Today we went to Glow Golf ! Glow Golf was a perfect choice for everyone. The boys loved playing min ... Read on »
Skin MD Review by Jana H. Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 12:00am The weather here in Tennessee has been anything but ordinary. We have had our coldest snowiest winter in many years. The cold weather has been terrible for our skin. We go from the cold outside to the warmth inside causes my hands to be dry and flaky. I was very happy when I was given a chance to try the Skin MD Natural lotion. I have trie ... Read on »
A Users Guide to Your Skin in the Gym by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Jan 2010 6:33pm Sweat. Expended energy. Stress relief. Weight loss. Heart health. Friend time. Or alone time. An excuse to wear the ridiculously cute new workout duds from Nike Dance Line. I mean, really, what's not to love about working out? Well, there is one part of you that doesn't appreciate your dedication to exercise - and I'm not talking abo ... Read on »
Are Your Skin Problems an Autoimmune Issue? – Answers, Solutions, plus a New Primal Book! by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 13 Nov 2013 11:00am Today’s guest post is from my good friend Tara Grant, truly a budding superstar in the Primal/paleo/ancestral health movement. Tara started out as a success story (“ Tons of Doctors and No Solution ” – one of the most visited stories in our entire archive; and also on the pages of the  The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation ), ... Read on »
Mexican Food & Drinks, Saying No Thank You to Certain Foods, Golf Carts, New Gym Location by LoveVeggiesYoga Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 11:36am Hi Friends!  Hopefully you're having a nice day.   It's still super hot here, low 90s, but a cool front is supposed to move through tonight so it will get cooler.  I love hot weather, but as I mentioned, I have a cold and I just don't enjoy being sick, and hot.  Not really too fun.  But I'd rather sweat than freeze, any day, so I can't complain t ... Read on »
Sun, skin and immune system by Craig At Balanced Immune Health Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 01 Jul 2010 2:17pm I’m gonna be hanging out in lake country in northwest Iowa this weekend, enjoying  the Fourth of July. I’ll be outside a lot, too. Swimming. Golfing. Outdoor feasting.  Concerts. So I’ll be wearing a lot of topical sunscreen. But I got to wondering: I know that prolonged, unprotected sun exposure can damage your immune system (the skin, with im ... Read on »