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‘A Wake-Up Call’: Chloe Koast Says She’ll Always Regret Indoor Tanning

Submitted by NCC Admin on Fri, 05/21/2021 - 11:09

The statistics are sobering. The Skin Cancer Foundation estimates the risk of developing life-threatening melanoma increases 75% from just one indoor tanning session before the age of 35. Indoor tanning can also lead to non-melanoma skin cancers, including basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, and cataracts and cancers of the eye.

But aside from the statistics, the emotional and personal consequences of indoor tanning can be downright scary.

It’s not ‘just skin cancer,’ and other tips to stay Sun Smart

Submitted by NCC Admin on Tue, 05/11/2021 - 10:40

By Kristen Hackbarth, Communications Director

Have you ever had someone tell you they had a little something removed from their skin saying, “It’s no big deal, just a little skin cancer,” and continue on as if it’s really no big deal? It was a little shocking the first time I’d heard it from someone. After all, it’s cancer and skin is the largest organ of the body. That seems pretty serious.

In fact, it is.  

Obesity Care Week

Submitted by skynet on Fri, 03/05/2021 - 10:59

 

Today, the disease of obesity affects more than 93 million Americans, and more than 33 percent of Americans are affected by excess weight. Obesity Care Week brings the topic of obesity in the forefront and helps individuals with obesity get access to science and clinically-based treatments.

Good Relationships = Good Health for Men

Submitted by skynet on Wed, 11/11/2020 - 13:40

Make Yourself Available

Men are taught to hide their feelings as a sign of strength and masculinity. But when it comes to loving and being loved, that belief is a sure fire guarantee of isolation, loneliness, and depression. Show up, because only what you show is available to be loved.

Honesty is Your Trump Card

Love can be trusted only when you know you are being loved for who you really are for your excellence and shortcomings, your toughness and tenderness all of you. Honestly letting your

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