Health Watch: Tips For Preventing, Recognizing Skin CancerSummer unofficially kicks off  Memorial Day weekend in Minnesota, and experts say this is also a good time to remind everyone about sun safety. Three and a half million people are diagnosed with skin cancer every year, and many cases can be prevented or detected early.
May Is Melanoma Awareness MonthAfter the long winter, it’s not a surprise everyone is gearing up to enjoy some fun outdoors this summer. Before heading out to catch some rays, think about protecting your skin.
Boy With Melanoma Raises Thousands Making Bracelets To Battle CancerGraham Fowler, of Fridley, Minn., is a 10-year-old with an extremely disease called Spitzoid Melanoma. He's being treated at the Mayo Clinic and has had eight surgeries. Yet, he's found a colorful way to help other people heal in the midst of his own sickness. "He was a healthy little boy, and he had a mole on his arm. Now he's had eight major surgeries and his life's completely changed," said Brittany Fowler, his sister.
Sunscreen Isn’t The Only Way To Shield Kids From The SunProtecting our skin from the sun's damaging rays is important. And protecting your children's skin is serious business.
Good Question: Why Is Aspirin Such A Wonder Drug?Heart disease, stroke, and now add melanoma to the list of aspirin’s potential health benefits. New research shows that the cheap white pill taken by millions of Americans to prevent heart problems may protect against the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Expert: Tanning Beds Major Part Of Increased Skin Cancer RatesNew data from the Health Department shows skin cancer is on the rise in Minnesota. Melanoma rates rapidly increased from 2005 to 2009.
Family With Both Parents Battling Cancer Thankful For SupportAn Eden Prairie family is asking for the gift of health this holiday, after both parents started treatment for cancer on the same day.
Man Thanks Hair Stylist For Life-Saving HaircutA local man has his hair stylist to thank for saving his life. John Taylor says he would be facing a serious illness -- if his hairdresser hadn't spotted something growing on his scalp.

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