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No Family Link Observed Between Parkinson's Disease And Melanoma

Earlier research had claimed that people who had melanoma running in their families were at a higher risk of getting Parkinson's. However, a new research now claims that there is no connection between these two diseases. The researchers of the new study though are quick to point out that this does not mean that there is no genetic connection between Parkinson's and melanoma. There could be, but this connection may not have an effect.

Don't Take Chances - Know That Skin Cancer Can Be Fatal

People laugh that a person could die from skin cancer but it's true. Skin cancer can be fatal. All those lectures about using sun screen, wearing a hat, sitting under an umbrella, and so forth and so on, really have a good point. You can die from skin cancer.

Stay Out of the Sun to Help Prevent Skin Disease

When we are young, we really don't think about the repercussions of our actions too far into the future. When we try to take our bike off that jump we're not thinking about breaking our leg or the potential back issues we'll have when we're 40.

Fun and Safe in the Sun

Most everyone loves the sun. Bright light invigorates and helps boost your mood. Unfortunately the sun has some downsides, too.

Educating Yourself About Skin Cancer

You are in the shower, trying to hurry to be ready for work on time. You are just getting ready to hop out of the shower when you see it. That mole on your leg has gotten a lot bigger and looks kind of bloody.

Truths About Skin Cancer

The words that you have always dreaded hearing are coming out of your doctor's mouth. I'm sorry, you have skin cancer. The conversation can now go two ways. Your doctor may say, I'm glad you came in when you did. We caught it in time, this shouldn't be fatal.

Facts About Skin Cancer

What is skin cancer? It is a malignant neoplasm of the skin. This can be fatal if left untreated for any length of time.

Sunscreens May Have Been a Smokescreen All Along

Samuel S. Epstein is a cancer prevention expert and Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois School of Public Health, Chicago, and Founder-Chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition. He gives this startling fact: Malignant melanoma is the fastest rising cancer in the world.
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