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  • Alarming Numbers About Skin Cancer And Minorities

    Alarming Numbers About Skin Cancer And Minorities
    We're hearing some startling new numbers about skin cancer. We all know people with fair skin have a greater risk for developing the potentially deadly disease, but a closer look at the numbers reveal death rates are much higher for people with darker...
  • Makeup tips for the working woman

    Makeup tips for the working woman
    For beauty lovers, makeup can be fun, artistic, playful even. Makeup gives us a chance to dip our fingers into a universe of color, twirl about in pots of shimmer and glitter and gloss, and exert the creative impulse with turquoise, ochre, midnight blue,...
  • Sculpture fools the eye and disarms the mind

    Sculpture fools the eye and disarms the mind
    Not long after stepping into the eerie new show of ultra-realistic sculpture at the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia you may start to feel like you stumbled into a world where time stands still. Art — the aging watchman who sits by the...
  • La Feria del Nopal (Cactus Fair)

    At La Feria del Nopal, we celebrate the CACTUS plant with a free concert! We also want to showcase its nutritional benefits, significance to current Mexican culture and honor its roots as a food staple in pre-Hispanic Mexican culture. Celebrity Chef...
  • Skin Cancer Awareness Month: Skin cancer rates continue to climb

    Skin Cancer Awareness Month: Skin cancer rates continue to climb
    May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month and while more information is available, the problem is getting worse.  Melanoma is one of the only cancers that is on the rise. "I went in the sun tan beds, when I was younger, a lot. I laid out in the sun, sometimes...
  • 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,...
  • How to protect the scalp from skin cancer

    How to protect the scalp from skin cancer
    As summer heats up, we've learned to slather SPF 15 or higher all over our bodies and faces in an effort to prevent sun damage and skin cancer. We've also been told to recite our ABCs when checking for unusual moles: asymmetry, border irregularity and...
  • 10 things you might not know about skin color

    10 things you might not know about skin color
    1 Melanin, the pigment that gives color to skin (and eyes) is produced in cells called melanocytes. Every person has about the same number of these cells, regardless of race, but those with darker skin have larger cells that produce more pigment....
  • Monitor your moles, and look for the warning signs

    Monitor your moles, and look for the warning signs
    Wondering if you should have that mole on your arm checked out? There have been a few updates on what you should look out for. Most dermatologists now recommend the following: * Look for "ugly ducklings." The Skin Cancer Foundation recently promoted this...
  • How to Check Your Skin for Cancer

    How to Check Your Skin for Cancer
    Skin cancer is the most common type of the disease, but even its most deadly form - melanoma - is very curable if caught early. In addition to avoiding overexposure to the sun, doctors recommend monthly self-exams and regular checks from a professional:...
  • Screen the One You Love for Skin Cancer

    Screen the One You Love for Skin Cancer
    Treating moms and dads to brunch or backyard barbeques is a great way to honor them on Mother's Day and Father's Day, but the American Academy of Dermatology hopes more families will start another annual tradition - screening their loved ones for skin...