What are the Most Common Sites for Melanoma? [Infographic] | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Melanoma, the most severe form of skin cancer, results from an interaction between the genetics of the individual and damage to DNA from external factors. In the case of melanoma, most of the environmental damage is due to exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun. The cancer develops in the pigment-producing cells of the skin … Continued
What Is a Water Bath for Cheesecake? | Homesteady
Making baked cheesecake is much more challenging than preparing the non-baked type. The oven temperatures have to be accurate and the baking and resting times well controlled.
How To Put Sunscreen On A Toddler
1. Find a toddler. They're usually the two-foot-high maniacs running around the house with a fistful of Goldfish screaming, "Mine! Mine! Mine! Nooooo!...
8 Things You Didn't Know About Melanoma...but Really, Really Should
Today is Melanoma Monday—not exactly an occasion to break out the cakes and party times but definitely a time to learn more about the most serous type of skin cancer with which about 77,000 people in the United States are diagnosed every year, according to Dr. Richard Bezozo, president of MoleSafe, an advanced melanoma screening and surveillance program that combines total-body photography, digital dermoscopy, and digital serial monitoring. And here's an even scarier stat: One person dies…
Slip, Slop, Slap, Sizzle? We’re doing it wrong. – myGC.com.au
Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift shows us how to get sun protection right SUNSCREEN is the most common form of sun protection used by children…
Kids on the Coast | Kids in the City: Magazine, Digital, Social
Kids on the Coast and Kids in the City - family-focused magazines, online and social communities in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.
Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide - Sid the Seagull Video
Thirty years after he first graced our television screens with his Slip, Slop, Slap message, Sid the Seagull is back with a new song that includes all of Sun...
Sunscreen - the SunSmart app has you covered
It's time to slip, slop, slap! Actually, from September onwards, there's five things to remember - slip, slop, slap, seek (shade) and slide (on your sungla