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Skin Cancer

Are you using enough sunscreen? Are you putting it on correctly? Make sure you’re protecting your skin this summer—it’s the perfect example of the old adage “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. And if you mess up and get sunburned, make sure to support your skin as it heals with colloidal […]

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Health studies aren’t fact. So many factors can sway them, including other lifestyle choices, environmental factors, and family history. But when study after study performed in different countries comes to the same conclusion… we should probablylisten, and take action. Another study has found that Vitamin D level is tied to breast cancer risk, especially as […]

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…Make it the “Sunshine” vitamin. There are lots of vitamins and minerals you should probably be supplementing your diet with, and many more that most people could benefit from. But if you are only going to take one, scientists are pretty consistent with which one: Vitamin D. Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because […]

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If you’re on top of taking a daily multivitamin, then you probably are! According to a new research, there seems to be a clear benefit to taking Vitamin B3: lower cancer rates. People who had a history of skin cancer had fewer reappearances taking Vitamin B3 than people who were taking a placebo—overall, there was […]

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There’s a growing body evidence: people who think they can’t get skin cancer tend to actually be at a greater risk! African Americans, for instance, tend to think that their darker skin is enough protection—so they skip sunscreen and yearly mole checks. In reality? They’re more likely to die of skin cancer. They may get […]

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