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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Lowering Your Risk For Skin & Breast Cancer

One important thing to do is prevention by having a good nutrition, exercise and living a healthy lifestyle. Although this doesn't mean you are exempted while doing a healthy lifestyle, the longer you will practice it, the harder it is to start.

It is also important to know your baseline. Check yourself to know what is normal after your doctor tells you everything is fine so you can be able to detect changes later.

Always protect you eyelids and mouth, which are usually skin cancer hot spots on your body because they often go uncovered. When under the sun, use lip balm with SPF 30 and wear wrap around shades for your eyes.