Recently, celebrities hit the red carpet at the Academy Awards and showed off their stunning dresses and tuxedo’s. If I know anything about Hollywood, California, it sure gets sunny out there. That means its also pretty hot when walking on the red carpet for two hours before the ceremony starts! The celebrities sure could have stayed cool with a portable sun shade umbrella that night!
Although it doesn’t feel like winter is ever going to end, the snow is melting sooner than we know it. This means that we can finally go outside and bring out our portable sun shade umbrella and play some baseball.
It’s common to hear after people hear a medical horror story and people will say, “Oh it will never happen to me.” People have the same attitude about getting skin cancer, including melanoma. When people have these attitudes, myths develop. It’s time to debunk four common myths about skin cancer.
Love is in the air! It’s Valentine’s Day week and you have the task of what to give your loved one this special holiday.
Every body pauses and stares at me
These two teeth are gone as you can see
I don’t know just who to blame for this catastrophe!
But my one wish on Christmas Eve is as plain as it can be!
It’s that time of year again! The time of year where you can stuff yourself with all kinds of delicious food with people you love most in your life.
Pay special attention to your nose! Why, because it is one of the most vulnerable places on your body to develop skin cancer.
Skin cancer is becoming a hot topic issue in America right now. According to an article from CNN I read today, it said from the American Cancer Society, “skin cancer is on the rise, with more cases diagnosed annually than breast, lung and colon cancer cases combined.”
Sunscreen doesn’t only protect you from skin cancer, it can reduce skin aging!
As is often the case on a summer day, you can find me sitting under my sports umbrella, relaxing the afternoon away while thinking random thoughts. This past summer was no exception, and one day while I was sitting under the shade umbrella, listening to a baseball game on my radio, a thought passed through my mind.