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Naturally SavvyInevitably, our skin changes as we age. Our skin is also affected by our hormones, diet, stress level, and weather conditions. Premature aging and dryness are promoted by low water intake, excessive caffeine, lack of sleep, insufficient exercise, and a...
Tags: Acne, Butter, Psoriasis, Allergies, Skin Discoloration
KIAHOk, you`re thinking same old boring news flash, UV rays cause cancer. Duh. We know this but we treat this warning like smoking. We`re going to do it because we want to but us Texans, we might want to pay more attention to the warnings and here`s why....
Tags: Skin Cancer, Human Body, Cancer, Health, Diseases and Illnesses
South Florida Sun-SentinelAnother wayward masseur! Whether you seek massage therapy treatment for a specific condition or are simply looking to relax, you expect a healing touch. Not a groping session. On Wednesday, yet another Florida masseur learned you can't rub a client the...
Shingles is a painful, and somewhat mysterious, skin disease that affects people who have had chicken pox. It may occur spontaneously or may be induced by stress, fever, radiation therapy, tissue damage or immunosupression. Dr. Oanh Lauring, chief of...
Skin cancer affects one in five people over a lifetime in the United States. The most common form is basal cell carcinoma followed by squamous cell carcinoma. While melanoma accounts for fewer than 5 percent of skin cancers, it causes more than 75 percent...
The 33 NewsThere is a sun protection product called Heliocare. It comes in a pill and it's key ingredient comes from a tropical fern rich in antioxidants. Dermatologists say it doesn't replace sunscreen, but it does add another layer of protection, and that can...
Tags: Dermatology, Sun-Damaged Skin, Tumors, Tennis, Actinic Keratosis
Associated Press WriterPORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A strain of a drug-resistant skin disease that has afflicted sports teams, prisons and military units is now proving a persistent pest among lobstermen and their families on a Maine island. Over the past two summers, more...
The Associated PressCHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Manute Bol, a lithe 7-foot-7 shot-blocker from Sudan who spent 10 seasons in the NBA and was dedicated to humanitarian work in Africa, died Saturday. He was 47. Bol died at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville,...
FOX40 NewsManute Bol, a lithe 7-foot-7 shot-blocker from Sudan who spent 10 seasons in the NBA and was dedicated to humanitarian work in Africa, died Saturday. He was 47. Bol died at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, where he was being...
Moms At WorkÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Moms At WorkFrom the Associated Press WASHINGTON — Government safety officials are looking into a handful of reports of severe rashes caused by new types of Pampers diapers. The Consumer Product Safety Commission started an investigation this week following...
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