Skin Cancer Myths: How to Tell Fact from Fiction

According to the American Cancer Society there are two million incidents of non-melanoma skin cancer in the U.S. every year; that accounts for nearly half of all cancer cases. Melanoma, the more deadly type of skin cancer, claimed 8,700 lives last year and presented in almost 70,000 cases. There is good news though, the survival rate for skin cancer is around 99% with early detection and 90% of cases are preventable. Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself out in the sun this summer. (more…)

New Methods For Skin Renewal Show Progress

Short of actually finding that mystic fountain of youth, for years people have turned to a wide variety of methods to help

keep their skin looking young. From Botox to face lifts, women and men have tried repeatedly to outsmart the laws of gravity. Recently headlines have shown that a few new perhaps less invasive techniques may soon be front runners in skin care and maintenance.
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