Regulation of Tanning Beds Spreads

On May 1st  Ontario began enforcing a new law regulating tanning beds. It is primarily aimed at those under 18 years of age. Known as Bill 30, Skin Cancer Prevention Act (Tanning Beds), the law makes Ontario the eighth province to regulate tanning beds and also restricts advertising aimed at the under-18 market.

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Beat MRSA Staph Skin Infections When Doctors Aren’t Helping You

Staph infection flare ups are of the most degrading afflictions. It leaves the victim feeling fatigued and covered in open oozing sores. During one of my searches for some relief (I was thinking a second opinion, from the other side of the country) I was blessed in discovering the following article, which has proven to provide me with some relief. One day I'm certain diseases like MRSA and Staph will one day be as treatable as a common headache,…

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ALL ABOUT SUNBURN – AVOID AT ALL COSTS – A LOT OF INFORMATION

Information on why you should avoid sunburn at all costs from WebMD: You lie out in the sun hoping to get a golden tan, but instead walk away from your lounge chair with a sunburn looking like a lobster that's been left in the pot too long. Despite health warnings about sun damage, many of us still subject our skin to the sun's burning rays. More than one-third of adults and nearly 70% of children admit they've gotten sunburned within the past…

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MORE GOOD NEWS ABOUT VITAMIN D

A recent press release form the University of California-San Diego report shows even more positive findings about Vitamin D and the benefits associated with the prevention of breast cancer. “Vitamin D metabolites increase communication between cells by switching on a protein that blocks aggressive cell division,” said Cedric F. Garland, DrPH. “As long as vitamin D receptors are present tumor growth is prevented and kept from expanding its blood supply. Vitamin D receptors are not lost until a tumor…

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