Results for "Skin Cancer"

Better Me
Here’s the Surprising Truth Behind These 13 Myths about Melanoma
It’s important to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. That’s because sun exposure can cause skin cancer, including melanoma—the most dangerous...
May 02
Better Me
How to Tell if This Skin Cancer Surgery Is Right for You
If you’ve been diagnosed with skin cancer you might be worried about how it can be treated and whether you’ll have noticeable scarring. Often, skin cancer can...
Nov 17
Teach Me
Summer Safety Tips: Everything You Need to Know to Enjoy the Season
School’s out for the summer! With COVID-19 vaccinations on the rise, getting out this summer is at the top of everyone’s mind. Whether you’re going on...
Jun 15
Teach Me
Age Spots or Skin Cancer? Here’s How to Tell the Difference
You look at the back of your hand, or your neck, or even your leg and there it is—a spot you’ve never seen before. Could it be skin cancer? Or is it a...
May 05
Inspire Me
Jesse Parker: An Inspiration On and Off the Field
As a history teacher and a football coach, Jesse Parker was an inspiration to countless young people both in his classrooms and on his teams. And it wasn’t...
Jan 29
Advise Me
You’re Cancer-Free! Now What?
From the very start, dealing with cancer can feel like riding a rollercoaster with many twists, turns and ups and down. So, when the ride finally comes...
Jan 15
Advise Me
Your Summer Safety Shopping List
Summer means days at the pool, road trips to the lake and hiking through the mountains. Your kids are homework-free and ready for the next adventure. But...
Jun 29
Teach Me
Birthmarks 101: What You Need to Know
You probably know someone with a birthmark, or maybe you even have one. But how much do you really know about the phenomenon? Robert Wood, MD, a craniofacial...
Apr 23
Advise Me
Beware Of Sun Exposure On The Field
Exposure to the sun is inevitable when playing outdoor sports. But, being smart about your exposure can protect you from the sun’s harmful rays. Primary...
Feb 04
Teach Me
It’s Never Too Early To Protect Against Skin Cancer
The sun’s rays often drive people outside to enjoy a beautiful day. However, while you are staying active and enjoying the sunshine, remember to take the...
Nov 21