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Skin Cancer

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  • NY Lawmakers Petition To Add Cancers To Zadroga 9/11 Health Act

    NY Lawmakers Petition To Add Cancers To Zadroga 9/11 Health Act
    New York lawmakers announced Wednesday plans to file a petition requiring 9/11 Health Program Administrator Dr. John Howard to add cancers to the benefits coverage under the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act. The filing comes less than a...
  • Mission Hospital reveals long-term plan

    Mission Hospital officials presented a strategic plan this week they said will meet state requirements for seismic standards up to 2030 and include services tailored to the needs of the community. The plan includes retrofitting, the introduction of new...
  • Sunscreen Label Changes Aim to Reduce Cancer Risk

    Sunscreen Label Changes Aim to Reduce Cancer Risk
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - New labeling rules for sunscreens should make it easier for U.S. consumers to choose products that will protect them from sunburn, skin cancer and premature aging. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ruled on Tuesday that sunscreens...
  • Check your skin for dangerous moles

    Check your skin for dangerous moles
    Early detection of skin cancers — particularly melanomas — is crucial to treatment. You can help protect yourself with regular at-home body inspections, says Dr. Melissa Schwarzschild of Richmond Dermatology & Laser Specialists in Richmond,...
  • Senior Living Q & A: So Cal sun and skin cancer

    Q. I have lived in Southern California all my life and always been a sun worshiper. Should I be concerned about skin cancer?   We all should be concerned about skin cancer. Nearly one in five Americans is expected to develop some type of skin cancer in...
  • Local NFL Official Reflects On Super Bowl And How the League Has Become Like Family

    Local NFL Official Reflects On Super Bowl And How the League Has Become Like Family
    It was arguably one of the greatest Super Bowls in recent time. Super Bowl 45 between the Packers and Steelers ended in a Green Bay victory, and West Michigan's Dino Paganelli was there as an official. The journey to the big stage has been a tough one,...
  • From The Sports Desk: Time for Danny to be in spotlight

    One of my favorite memories about Dan Glenn took place December, 2009. Moments after the Newport Harbor High girls' volleyball team won the CIF State Division I title, the coach stressed to me that the victory wasn't about him. I mean it was genuine. He...
  • BRCA-related Skin Cancer

    BRCA-related Skin Cancer
    The cancer connection. How breast cancer may shed light on the skin ... and a risk for a deadly form a cancer with virtually no effective treatment. The pink ribbons adorn the city. Awash in pink, these images reflect the awareness for a cancer that...
  • Sunny Side of The Street? Study Finds Link Between Economic Status and Increased Risk of Melanoma

    Sunny Side of The Street? Study Finds Link Between Economic Status and Increased Risk of Melanoma
    The sun shines brightly on everyone--but if you live a neighborhood with three car garages, tennis courts and backyard pools--the sun can become too much of a good thing. It proved to be for Tammy Koffman who said she grew up in an affluent neighborhood....
  • Don't get burned: new FDA sunscreen guidelines

    Don't get burned: new FDA sunscreen guidelines
    Today's the start of summer, and we should be seeing a lot more sunshine soon. So what's the best way to prevent sunburns for you and your kids? Some new FDA guidelines about what’s printed on our sunscreen bottles could help answer those questions....
  • Selina Louise Daniels

      Selina Louise Daniels July 22, 1927 – June 15, 2011   Selina was born in Long Beach and grew up in Huntington Park.  Her parents were Frank and Iva Reed. She went to high school at Huntington Park High School where she spent her senior year...
  • Bon Secours adds PET/CT for earlier tumor detection

    Bon Secours adds PET/CT for earlier tumor detection
    Bon Secours Hampton Roads is the latest to add PET/CT scanning to their arsenal in the fight for cancer survival. The combined imaging system results in faster and more accurate assessments for individuals undergoing cancer treatment.  PET/CT scanners...