Aspirin May Lower Risk of Melanoma

Published on 14 March 2013 by admin in Uncategorized

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The article below was written by Connor Forrest and published by Medill Reports (Northwestern University, Chicago). March 2013
“Aspirin is not just for headaches anymore. A recent study found that women who take aspirin have a lower risk of developing melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, than women who do not take it.
The data was [...]

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SunAWARE Endorses Tanning Tax

Published on 25 January 2010 by Mary Mills Barrow in Tanning Beds

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SunAWARE Endorses Tanning Tax

Today, SunAWARE formally endorsed the proposed tanning tax. Here is the text of the press release we issued.
MINNEAPOLIS, January 25, 2010‚ SunAWARE, a not-for-profit educational advocacy group for the prevention and detection of skin cancer, today endorsed the proposed 10 percent federal tax on tanning beds.
“Until Congress enacts laws banning access to tanning beds for [...]

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Use SunAWARE as a Daily Reminder

Daily reminders to practice sun safe habits can save lives.

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How Easy It Can Be

Published on 10 August 2009 by Mary Mills Barrow in 3 - APPLY sunscreen

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How Easy It Can Be

The one method of sun protection that I always feel uncomfortable writing about is sunscreen. Firstly, there are the endless ingredients that change, become more sophisticated and even more confusing. Then there is the application process. How much sunscreen to use? When to use it? Which parts of the body benefit the most?
My [...]

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