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Hand Update + Fall/Winter Race Schedule

Mama’s got a brand new hand, y’all!

The surgery went great and I’m getting back to normal. In the first few days following I was in a lot more pain than I thought I would be, but thankfully they gave me the good stuff for pain (which I promptly stopped taking after about two days because it made me feel crazy, but still). 1,188 more words


Scar at 20 Months

It’s back-to-school time for a lot of families here in the United States and my Facebook feed is stuffed full of images of friends’ children all decked out for the first day of school. 367 more words

Skin Cancer

Recovering from Skin Cancer Treatment

Get Skin Cancer Removal and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery in Naples, FL

Each year, almost 3.3 million Americans will be treated for skin cancer, and nearly one in five Americans will develop skin cancer at some point in their lifetimes. 489 more words


Tel Aviv Researchers Make Skin Cancer "Breakthrough"

Researchers have discovered how Melanoma spreads through the body, a “breakthrough” they hope will lead to cancer becoming nonthreatening and easily curable, according to a new Tel Aviv University study done in cooperation with the German Cancer Research (DKFZ). 87 more words


The Burkini ban

I find it quite extraordinary that French police are demanding women remove clothing when lying on the beach. Have they gone completely mad? It seems like half the world wants women to cover their flesh and the other half wants them to expose it. 193 more words


Promising Research into a Cure for Melanoma

My news feed lit up today with a bunch of links talking about research done by a German an Israeli team showing how skin cancer cells develop and spread. 239 more words

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Protect your children in the sun this Bank Holiday

Somerset County Council and ‘Sparky’ the dragon are encouraging Somerset parents to protect their children in the sun this Bank Holiday.

Exposing children to too much sun may significantly increase their risk of skin cancer later in life. 536 more words

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