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  • Skin Cancer Safety: Protect Yourself! Check Yourself!
    Added by My Identity Doctor

    skin cancer protectionSkin cancer is the most common type of cancer, it affects more than 2 million people a year. This year May is UV safety month, this is an opportunity to remind yourself of the importance of taking good care of your skin. Setting aside some time every week to check your skin for spots and abnormalities can save your life. Early detection can greatly increase your chances of catching the precancerous cells and removing them before they become full-blown cancer, it could mean the difference between debilitating sickness and a full recovery.

    Taking simple daily measures such as limiting your sun exposure, wearing sunblock and dressing accordingly can pay dividends when it comes to reducing your risk of skin cancer. Although much attention is brought to skin cancer during  UV safety month using cancer bracelets, it is also important to take care of your skin during the rest of the year as well. Even on days that appear cloudy, the sun’s harmful UV rays can cause damage to your skin.

    If you or anyone you know has been affected by skin cancer, wearing a skin cancer bracelet can be a great way to promote awareness and encourage others to take good care of their skin. Even if you have not been affected, wearing a cancer bracelet can be a good awareness item for the imminent risk that cancer carries in our society. Spread skin cancer awareness with your friends and family of the risks, as the old adage goes: “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.

    Published by My Identity Doctor on February 28, 2014


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