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    Essay On Skin Cancer

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    The skin is the largest vital organ in the human body and it goes through a lot during our lifetime. Whether it be laying in the sand enjoying the warmth of the sun on our skin or getting a tan at the nearest tanning booth, we are actually damaging our skin. Whenever skin is exposed to the sun or any other type of UV radiation, there is an increased risk of developing skin cancer. Skin cancer is the abnormal growth of skin cells, and is surprisingly very common in the world today. According to the American Melanoma Foundation more than 1 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in the United States every year (Skin Cancer Fact). Skin cancer is a serious disease that can lead to death but which can be prevented and cured with proper treatments and procedures. Skin cancer is the rare growth of skin cells and it most often develops on skin that is exposed to the sun, but it may also occur on skin that is rarely ever exposed to the sun. There are three major types of skin cancer. The…

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    The Tanning Industry

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    The benefits of using tanning lotions are countless, and today, the tanning industry has many different kinds of lotions to offer for the customer's choice. Suntan lotions come with bronzers, tingle factors, and cooling effects, or in any combination of the three mixed together. Tanning lotions are used on a daily basis to help maintain the moisture levels of the skin, and to achieve a healthy glow. They protect the skin from the sun without the use of additional sun protection factors or any…

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    Skin Cancer Effects

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    You make think that the sun will make you look beautiful and tan, but behind it all it has many harmful effects than can change you life forever. Sun-Rays is the portion of the electromagnetic radiation given off by the sun. About 7,300 people will die each year from the harmful effects the sun puts out. There are three types of Sun-Rays. The first one is UVA which causes aging, wrinkling, and contribute to skin cancer. The second one is UVB which causes sunburns, cataracts, and effects on the…

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    Essay On Tanning

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    Tanning response is strongly determined by constitutive pigmentation and is more prominent with darker skin color. The classification of skin phototypes categorizes different constitutive pigmentation and its abilities to burn or tan in response to sun exposure. Skin photoypes are classified into six categories, type I-VI. Type I represents those with very fair skin who will always burn and never tan with exposure to the sun while type II are individuals who tan minimally but with difficulty and…

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    Dangers Of Tanning Bed

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    themselves due to the tan, sun kissed looking skin all year round, but do they know the dangers of the tanning bed? The tanning bed has many dangers and I am not a huge fan due to all the dangerous effects of it. The CDC states that “A tan is the body’s response to injury from UV rays. A base tan does little to protect you from future damage to your skin cause by UV exposure” (“Indoor Tanning Is Not Safe”). Whether it is damage to the eyes or damage to the skin, it is still very highly…

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    I've used an indoor tanning booth. As a former user of tanning booths, I can say that I feel as though now I am one of "them". Who are they? The tanners. Their orange skin, their bleached, stiffened, and shining hair, I'm one of them. While at the moment, my skin is the color of a perfect bechamel and my hair the color of burnt coffee, I can say that I know what it's like to tan. That being said, I'm an ex-smoker. I've bought enough packs of cigarettes to tell you that it's an event you don't…

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    Tanning beds are known to cause hundreds of thousands of cases of skin cancer, including melanoma, which is the deadliest kind (Tavernise). These types of skin cancers are most commonly found in teenagers due to tanning for many high school events, such as prom and vacations. If teens could see as much damage as they can see tanned skin, would they think twice about using tanning beds? Tanning salons need to be banned for anyone under the age of 18. The biggest argument against banning…

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    Indoor Tanning Case Study

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    Introduction to Public Health October 30, 2014 Policy Prohibiting Minors’ Use of Indoor Tanning Executive Summary: Skin cancer is an extremely prevalent and disease affecting many Americans. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation in a person’s early life can magnify their risk for developing skin cancer in the future.1 In North Carolina, the legislature HB118/SB167 proposes to prohibit the use of indoor tanning beds by minors under age 18. It could be argued that this law would be hard to enforce…

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    plan with projected Owner financed, start-up costs of, $65k. The return on the initial investment expectations is to return in profits within a 12-36 month time span. Although the business plan venture appears sound and worthy, it is necessary to base the analysis on the strengths, weakness, and projected assumptions and research. As a previous owner of a tanning salon, there are indications where several areas of the project plan require some additional research for re- analysis that…

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    Than other reasons of the causes of malignant melanoma are from tanning beds and tanning at the beach the UV light cause your skin to burn but to the a average human that enjoys that lovely tan will not know that the tanning is as dangerous as it is , another cause/claim is where you were from, the sun exposure from then and now , and not wearing sunscreen at the beach. The cured rate for malignant melanoma is “Stage 4 melanoma” means that the cancer has spreaded to other parts throughout your…

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