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NOT JUST YOUR FACE

We make a considerable effort to protect and care for the skin on our faces but can neglect the skin on our neck, décolleté and hands.  195 more words

Day 39

The first thing I did when I came in this morning was double-check all the handouts to make sure I had everything for AHEPA. We decided to hand out a UV Index for today within the AHEPA’s zip code. 389 more words

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Day 37

Today was the second week we assisted with Ebonwood. I decided to take on the youngest group. They were between five and seven years old. I went with Skye and we introduced ourselves as we went over 5-2-1-0. 279 more words

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Day 35

I decided to take a break on the toolkit and worked on the presentation for AHEPA for summer safety. I used the old powerpoint I had originally for a target audience for children that I never was able to present. 178 more words

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It's National 'Heat Awareness' and 'Don't Fry' Day!

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

On this cold, cloudy day with damp rain and temperatures in the 50’s, it seems strange to be talking about sun exposure. 611 more words

Dreamtime Wellness

Day 34

Tanisha and I felt like we took a ‘field trip’ this morning. We went to the Visit Pensacola centers on Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key to hand the employers there informational brochures about Summer Safety. 172 more words

Intern

VITAMIN B3 REDUCES SKIN CANCER RISK

By Sarah E. Schram, MD / Mohs Surgeon, Cosmetic Dermatologist

There is new hope to those at high risk of developing the most common types of skin cancer and the key may be an over-the-counter vitamin supplement that costs less than $10 a month. 252 more words

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