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After you see this, you will surely be confused. You may not believe your eyes, you will probably not be able to believe that this is a robot, but not a real woman.
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how common is skin cancer in children |skin cancer mortality Children have a small risk of skin cancer if they are not protected, but burns in childhood can have major repercussions when they reach adulthood, is these burns greatly increases their chances of skin cancer, including melanoma.” (the risk of melanoma is likely increased with even less than 6 severe sunburns). Recognizing the seriousness of skin cancer in children is one of the steps in protecting them. Apply sunscreen, cover exposed skin with clothing, and diagnose potential skin cancer for optimal skin protection. 1 Cover up sun-exposed areas. Ensure that your child is covered up when exposed to the sun for long periods. Even while at the beach, you should have your child wear a t-shirt while out of the water. Consider a one-piece swimsuit for girls and/or a rash guard or swim shirt for girls and boys. [12] You can also encourage your child to take cover under an umbrella or shaded area. 2 Cover your child’s head. Make a habit of having your child wear a hat when outdoors to avoid skin cancer risks. A hat with a brim that covers the face and neck is ideal. If you are consistent, your child will adjust to wearing a hat outside when it is sunny. [13] Choose a hat with a brim that’s at least three inches all the way around. 3 Opt for sunglasses for your children. Just as adults should protect their eyes from the sun, children should too. Again, if consistent, children should not have a problem wearing sunglasses on sunny days. [15] Choose sunglasses that protect from UVA and UVB rays. The sunglasses should fit snugly on your child’s face
28 Sep 2017
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The amount of radiation is measured in several different units. The roentgen (R) is a measure of the ionizing ability of radiation in air and is commonly used to express the intensity of exposure to radiation. How much radiation people are exposed to and how much is deposited in their body may be very different. The gray (Gy) and sievert (Sv) are measures of the dose of radiation, which is the amount of radiation deposited in matter, and are the units used to measure dose in humans after exposure to radiation. The Gy and Sv are similar, except the Sv takes into account the effectiveness of different types of radiation to cause damage and the sensitivity of different tissues in the body to radiation. Low dose levels are measured in mGy (1 mGy = 1/1000Gy) and mSv (1 mSv = 1/1000Sv). Contamination vs. irradiation An individual's radiation dose can be increased in two ways, contamination and irradiation. Many of the most significant radiation accidents have exposed people to both. Contamination is contact with and retention of radioactive material, usually as a dust or liquid. External contamination is that on skin or clothing, from which some can fall or be rubbed off, contaminating other people and objects. Internal contamination is radioactive material deposited within the body, which it may enter by ingestion, inhalation, or through breaks in the skin. Once in the body, radioactive material may be transported to various sites, such as the bone marrow, where it continues to emit radiation, increasing the dose, until it is removed or emits all its energy (decays). Internal contamination is more difficult to remove than external contamination.
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how do you catch cervical cancer|can cervical cancer be treated Cervical cancer is a cancer of the cervix (the lower part of the uterus). It can happen to women at any age, but it usually occurs in midlife in women between 20 and 50. The overwhelming majority of cases are found in women who do not receive routine medical care and regular pap screenings. Fortunately, cervical cancer is a very curable disease when it is found early and treated.[1] The major symptoms you should look for are abnormal vaginal bleeding and pain. Symptoms usually do not begin until precancerous or abnormal cells have grown into an invasive cancer. So, call your doctor as soon as you notice the changes. Regular screenings with PAP smears and HPV tests can help you discover precancerous lesions early, before they can become cervical cancer.
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How to Deal with an Abnormal Pap Smear|what can make a pap smear abnormal Doctors regularly perform Pap smears (also called Pap tests) on female patients, typically during routine pelvic exams, in order to check for abnormal cell changes on the cervix. If untreated, these cell changes can sometimes lead to cervical cancer. “Negative” or “normal” results mean that no abnormal cervical cells are present and no follow-up is necessary until your next regularly scheduled exam. “Positive” or “abnormal” results, however, indicate a potential problem.
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Watch this truck going along its path without any fuss, until an incoming turning car comes in its way. Thankfully, both of the vehicles narrowly survive the crash.
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Men's hormones stay consistent overall, but women's hormones go through various levels of production based on the menstrual cycle. This constantly-changing cycle is normal for women until the age of approximately 50 years, when the body's hormonal state changes drastically in a very short period of time. When a year has passed without undergoing a period, we can know that a woman has entered the Menopause stage of her life. Even before officially entering Menopause, the phase we can Perimenopause occurs, in which the hormones Progesterone and Estrogen are reduced. Menopause can be extremely difficult for a woman, with physical and emotional effects. Menopause can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and osteoporosis. They can also experience depression, weight gain, and higher levels of stress. To alleviate these serious symptoms, Estrogen Replacement Therapy may be well advised. Women who take supplementary estrogen, especially when their lifestyle is healthy overall, can experience weight loss, smoothed skin, reduced LDL cholesterol, improved libido and sexual function, and more. Talk with a physician who can understand your specific health condition and needs, and see if hormone replacement therapy may be right for you. To learn more about HGH injections please look us up on Google at "The Conscious Evolution Institute of Hormone Replacement Therapy" and visit our website at www dot HGH dot TV.
26 Sep 2017
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How to Identify Lung Cancer Symptoms|asbestos lung cancer Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer – and one of the most difficult to diagnose. Many people notice no symptoms until the cancer has reached an advanced stage; others do have symptoms but, because those symptoms are so vague, mistakenly attribute them to minor illnesses. It is wise, therefore, to learn as much as possible about the signs and symptoms of lung cancer, especially if you smoke or have other risk factors. This guide will help you know what to look for. 1 See a doctor if you have a persistent cough. One of the most common symptoms of lung cancer is a cough that does not go away. See a doctor if your cough lasts more than two weeks, if it increases in intensity over time, or if you cough up blood (this is called hemoptysis) or a lot of phlegm. Ironically, smokers, who have the highest risk of lung cancer, tend to cough a lot and, consequently, do not seek treatment for this most common symptom. If you smoke, be aware of any changes in your cough, and meet with your doctor regularly. Consider getting checked for lung cancer every couple of months You’ll also want to note any changes in the character of the cough. You should be worried if, for example, a dry cough suddenly starts producing a lot of sputum. Likewise, you should be worried if the color of your sputum changes. In particular, keep an eye out for chocolatey brown, black, or greenish sputum. 2 Watch for any problems with your breathing. Shortness of breath (dyspnea) is a common symptom of lung cancer, but it is often attributed to obesity, old age, or weather changes. See a physician if you are having trouble breathing, especially if your shortness of breath occurs outside of any strenuous activity. In some cases, a lung cancer patient will feel back pain that worsens the deeper that they breathe in. 3 Do not dismiss aches and pains. Dull and persistent aching in your chest, shoulders, or arms could be an early symptom
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How to Avoid UV Exposure|tan through window Ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure is one of the leading causes of skin cancer and vision damage. The effects of UV radiation often take many years to develop, which means you may not notice the damage until it's too late. Taking precautions and reducing or avoiding UV exposure can help prevent effects like skin cancer, cataracts, premature aging. Stay safe in the sun and you will have healthy skin and eyes for many years to come 1 Wear broad-spectrum sunscreen. It's not enough to wear sunscreen. You need to wear the right kind of sunscreen and keep reapplying it regularly throughout the day in order to ensure that you are adequately protected in the sun. Broad-spectrum sunscreen protects against both types of radiation, meaning you'll get the best protection you can against UV exposure.[1] By law, broad-spectrum sunscreen must pass rigorous testing procedures to ensure that it protects against both UVA and UVB radiation.
27 Sep 2017
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Drug and liquor use and abuse in teenager has been an issue for some generations. Up until late in the most recent century, drug testing was generally done in a therapeutic setting or on account of lawful activity or occupation necessities.
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How to Avoid UV Exposure|tan through window Ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure is one of the leading causes of skin cancer and vision damage. The effects of UV radiation often take many years to develop, which means you may not notice the damage until it's too late. Taking precautions and reducing or avoiding UV exposure can help prevent effects like skin cancer, cataracts, premature aging. Stay safe in the sun and you will have healthy skin and eyes for many years to come. 1 Protect against both forms of UV radiation. There are two known forms of ultraviolet light from the sun: ultraviolet A, which is a long-wave form of radiation, and ultraviolet B, which is a shortwave radiation. All types of ultraviolet radiation are invisible to the unaided eye but can do great damage to your skin and eyes over the course of a lifetime.[16] Both UVA and UVB are equally dangerous to humans. UVA radiation is more prevalent, but UVB radiation causes greater damage in smaller quantities. When you choose sunscreen or clothing with UV protection, it's important to make sure those products protect against both UVA and UVB (usually designated as "broad-spectrum" protection). 2 Understand how radiation affects the skin. Your skin shows the most direct effects of UV exposure over the course of a lifetime. If you spend a lot of time in the sun, there's a good chance that your skin will experience negative effects unless you take precautions to protect yourself against UV radiation.[17] Dry skin, blemishes, a loss of elasticity, and premature signs of aging are all common effects caused by UV exposure over long periods of time. Non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) includes squamous and basal cell carcinomas. NMSC is a serious form of cancer that is usually not fatal but can cause serious scars, damage, and disfigurement. NMSCs most commonly occur on parts of the body with high exposure to the sun, specifically the head, neck, and hands/arms. Melanoma is the most severe form of skin cancer,
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How to Clean a medications to hold before cardiac cath|cardiac Catheterization Site Cardiac catheterization is a common medical procedure which enables your doctor to examine your heart. A small tube is inserted through a blood vessel in your leg or arm and moved through your body until it reaches your heart. The catheter may be used to check the blood pressure in your heart, put contrast dye into your heart to facilitate taking X-rays, take blood samples, biopsy your heart, or check for structural problems with the chambers or valves. Because it is an invasive procedure, minimizing infection risk before and after the procedure is very important 1 Avoid people who are sick. If you are sick, even with a minor illness like a cold or flu, this burdens your immune system and makes it easier for you to develop complications. If you wake up the morning of your procedure with a fever, cough, drippy nose, or any other symptoms, notify your doctor immediately.[12] Wash your hands after you shake hands with people and before you eat. This will reduce the likelihood that you expose yourself to pathogens carried by others. Don’t go near, hug, or shake hands with people who have the flu or a cold. Avoid being in small confined spaces with lots of people. These are excellent opportunities for pathogen exchange. This may mean not taking public transportation such as the bus or subway. 2 Boost your immune system by managing stress. Stress causes hormonal and physiological changes in your body which, over time, can weaken your immune system. By easing stress and anxiety before the procedure, you can help ensure that your immune system will remain strong. You can reduce stress by: Learning as much as possible about your procedure. Your doctor and the hospital can provide you with information. Many hospitals even have booklets of information that they provide and make freely available online. Ask your doctor or hospital if such information is available. If so, it will help you under
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