Is Your Skin Protected? A Skin Cancer Prevention Q&A

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Is Your Skin Protected? A Skin Cancer Prevention Q&A

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Is Your Skin Protected? A Skin Cancer Prevention Q&A

 Skin cancer may be the most common type of cancer, but it is also the most preventable. As you head to the beach, pool, and other outdoor activities with your family this summer, be sure you’re doing everything you can to protect your skin.

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Signs You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep

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INTRO TO SERIES

Every day millions of Americans start their days sleep deprived. In fact, sleep has become a prime focus among medical professionals and researchers largely because most people simply aren’t getting enough of it. For example, according to a 2013 Gallup poll, 40 percent of Americans don’t get the recommended 7-8 hours of sleep each night.

In order to help readers become more aware of how sleep deprivation affects their daily lives and to improve the sleep they do get, PublicHealthCorps is producing a multi-part series on sleep called “While You Weren’t Sleeping.” Part One starts below.

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Is Your Heart Healthy? 5 Heart Disease Prevention Tips for Women

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In women’s health, there is a huge focus on cancer detection and prevention, and rightfully so. However, what many don’t know is that the number one killer for women is actually heart disease.

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The Pros and Cons of Immunization

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In recent years, a debate over whether children need to be vaccinated against certain diseases has heated up. Concerned parents responded to a now debunked study that autism could be linked to the MMR vaccine by not vaccinating their children.

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Relief for Allergy Sufferers: Six Do’s and Don’ts for Battling Allergies This Season

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Spring has sprung, and for many allergy sufferers, the warmer weather has brought with it a runny nose, congestion, sneezing, coughing, and other unpleasant symptoms. Unfortunately, due to the long winter in many locations, allergies have the potential to be especially bad this year because many different trees and plants are pollinating all at once.

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