Skin Health Problems
Before starting my article I will like to say a few words about health.
“Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.”
“He, who has health, has hope. And he, who has hope, has everything.”
“It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.”
Skin Cancer Problem
According to JAMA, “From the 1960s to the 1980s, the incidence of squamous cell skin cancer increased 2.6 times in men and3.1 times in women, while incidence of melanoma rose 3.5-fold and 4.6-fold in men and women, respectively.”
Skin cancer is something that can touch just about anyone. While it is highly curable, it can also be deadly. The main key, other than prevention, is early detection.
Skin Health in Men and Women
Coreen was in her mid fifties when she noticed a tiny small hard red nodule on her nose. After putting it off for several weeks, she finally went to the doctor to have it checked out. Her doctor decided the best course of action was a biopsy. A week later when the biopsy came back, Coreen had a melanoma.
Brian was a swimmer on the high school swim team. At the age of 22, while in the shower, he realized something on his back was bleeding. He asked his wife to look at it. She said there was a small black spot on his back. He ignored it and within two weeks it had grown to the size of a quarter. He was diagnosed with Melanoma.
Dianna had a small mole on her back about the size of “a pencil