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    Yet as efficient as he might be frequent travel can be time consuming and frustrating on many levels. Here are a few gifts that might help make his life a little easier and show him you're always thinking about him; Father's Day or any day. The UV Light Toothbrush Sanitizer is a must have for any traveler. Toothbrushes are full of bacteria and germs and traveling exposes them to many more, especially in hotel rooms. This gadget uses germicidal UV light technology, the same technology hospitals use, to sterilize your brush. It's lightweight and comes with batteries. It's a great deal, discounted at $35.99 at www.travelsmartnewsletter.com. The Blanket, Pillowcase, and Eyeshade Set is another gift for the germophobic frequent traveler. Dad knows they're clean and freshly laundered, unlike the ones on the airline. They are also more comfortable and weigh less than 1 pound. They're a little pricey at $59.95, but what price Dad's health? You can find them at www.travelsmartnewsletter.com The Embossed Leather Contact Case is perfect for the Dad who has to travel overnight. The case comes in three different colors and has a convenient, compact mirror inside. It's only $13.50 at www…

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    legally tinted is the rear, IF you have both side mirrors (State of Michigan). Just like everything else there is an exception to the "legal" part, and it is all due to danger for officers. Although the law is no fun, there is a way around it. You can get a prescription if you use the right words and legally obtain tint ( State of Michigan). This is great and all for people who get the prescription, but you have a larger chance of being pulled over for not even doing anything reckless. To…

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    on the right track while still missing important details. For example, it is now known that this disease is not a low malignancy disorder. Children affected with XP have 2000 times increase in the chance of malignancy when compared to the general public. Coleman and Withers did realize XP was genetic, but had not concluded at that time that it was due to an autosomal recessive mechanism. The autosomal recessive nature of the disease was later discovered in 19XX by XXXX, when they realized the…

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    Melanoma it can be one of the diseases that you can prevent. The skin cancer foundation has recommended since 1979, the use of sunscreen with an SPF (sun protection factor) of 15 or higher “skin cancer foundation.” sunscreens explained. Web. 20 April 2015. Some preventions that you can do to not be in risk of this malignant disease is to find a shade during 10 A.M - 4 P.M. “Skin Cancer Foundation." Prevention Guidelines. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Apr. 2015. This previous prevention can protect your…

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    non-melanoma skin cancers. The most common methods of reducing UVR exposure include sunscreens, shade seeking, sun avoidance and skin coverage via clothing and hats.2 In the future, skin cancer prevention may be acquired through dietary supplementation. In a recent article in the journal of Demato-Endocrinology, the authors discuss the link between low serum levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 with development of melanoma lesions of thicker size and overall poorer prognosis.4 There are a limited…

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    Prevention isn’t a new topic of discussion. It has been around for decades, yet only recently have organizations pushed to help and inform the public of the prevention of skin cancer. These organizations are not only educating the general public, but they have even targeted certain demographics to research how the sun affects everyone. Each year there are more cases of skin cancer than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer combined. Even though skin cancer impacts the lives of millions and is…

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    Brazilian contemporary artist, Adriana Varejão, utilizes her creative energy towards creating art that evokes the audience to question the coexistence of history and sacrifice. Varejão believes in the importance of creating art that, “…develop a language that makes sense inside of it. My work always deal with history in general, but history from the edges, marginal cultures.” (Crane.tv). The series of paintings entitled, “Tongues and incisions’” uses the exposure of raw flesh (oil on canvas and…

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    sunshine and warmer temps comes intensified UV radiation, which can damage our skin and eyes. Why is Ultraviolet Radiation (UV) so Harmful? You’ve heard UV rays are bad, but did you know that the United States Department of Health and Human Services and the World Health Organization have declared them a carcinogen? You may also not be aware there are three different types of UV radiation, each emitting a different wavelength: UVA Radiation: That “A” on the end stands for aging, by the way! UVA…

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    Article 1 1. The question the researchers are trying to answer is whether or not the time of year has an impact on the reproductive capabilities of a male Siberian tiger. The researchers want to know if the time of year has an effect on how much sperm the male tigers are able to create and the quality of their sperm production. They predicted that the female tigers were the only ones whose reproductive system was affected by the time of year and that the males would show no variance, this was…

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    Essay On Melanoma

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    Skin is the body’s largest organ; it’s all over us and yet we fail to appreciate the many tasks it must do to keep us safe and disease-free. But our skin is more special and more complex than one thinks. Made up of the epidermis and dermis, our skin can resist and repair cuts and burns and many other traumas. Our skin, however, is not invincible and can sometimes fall susceptible to many different diseases and cancers, like melanoma. Melanoma Per Adam Riker, one of the authors of The…

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