Have you ever wondered how you can tell that you may have skin cancer? What if you don’t have any moles on your bodies to see if you may have skin cancer? Is sunscreen the only way that you can prevent skin cancer? Well, this video is going to talk about that since May is Read more about 5 Warning Signs You May Have Skin Cancer[…]
Welcome to Queensland in Australia, the Sunshine State. It’s known for it’s amazing beaches, warm sunny weather and the Great Barrier Reef. But did you know that Queensland also has the highest rate of melanoma anywhere in the world! But what is it about Queensland that’s so special? I mean there are lots of other Read more about Do You Live In The Skin Cancer Capital Of The World? | Skin Types and UV exposure[…]
Moles, birthmarks, beauty marks. Most people have multiple moles, and they come in lots of different shapes and sizes. Usually they’re harmless, but occasionally they could be a sign of a very serious disease: melanoma. So, when is a mole just a mole, and how does it turn into a deadly form of cancer? Now, Read more about How Do Moles Become Cancerous?[…]
Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer. It’s a clonal proliferation of atypical cells which forms a clone and they are abnormal. They invade local tissue, and sometimes they spread and cause both local tissue destruction and sometimes distant metastasis. It is related to the sun, but it’s not 100 hundred Read more about How To: Treat and Prevent Skin Cancer with Water’s Edge Dermatology[…]
I love being in the sun. The blue sky. The warm feeling on my skin. When I was young, I loved sunbathing I hope it wasn’t a huge mistake. Because back then I wasn’t aware of the risk of skin cancer. Many people believe the risk doesn’t apply to people with dark skin. But yes, Read more about Safer under the sun[…]
If you work outside or just enjoy being outside we have a graphic with important ways to protect your skin let’s look at that graphic real quick and Dr. Brewster let’s walk through it and use sunscreen obviously sit in shade wear protective clothing all of these are important one a couple? All of them Read more about Protecting your Skin from the Sun[…]
The top three signs of skin cancer to look out for are areas of skin which are changing in size, changing in shape, or changing in color. These three signs together will identify many skin growths. Cancer is a changing phenomenon. If you see something changing, ask your doctor to check it out.