In recognition of Men’s Health Awareness Month and the start of summer, the American Academy of Dermatology (Academy) has released findings from a new survey, which found that more than 90% of American men know something about skin cancer, but only six in 10 (61%) know how to detect signs on their skin, and even fewer actually visit a doctor for annual skin cancer screenings (18%). These shortcomings were more apparent in younger men (18-34), who were also significantly less likely to believe that they are at risk for skin cancer than men over 35 (31% vs. 42%), and are more likely to protect their skin for cosmetic reasons than they are for health reasons (32% vs. 20%).
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The legalization of marijuana in many states may be changing the way teens think about marijuana and other harmful substances like heroin. A new study commissioned by Rosecrance shows that the legalization of marijuana may encourage teenagers to experiment with the drug, along with other substances.
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The Government’s draft Deregulation Bill first appeared in June last year. Clause 1 of that draft bill includes proposals to exempt certain self-employed people from health and safety law. This has caused some controversy among health and safety professionals, who believe that the exemption could lead to confusion, increasing the risk of injury, illness and death as a result.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/71400542-SHP-IOSH-deregulation-bill
Download NEW Mixtape at http://www.youngmarkk.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/YoungMarkk Twitter: https://twitter.com/YoungMarkk Music Video Directed & Edited by Marcus "Young Markk" Caldwell Mix & Masterd by: Young Markk
Close Your Eyes is available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1hkccEb
"Close Your Eyes" takes you on a personal journey of an empathetic story, with her accompanied music video. Featuring a minimal backdrop, the direction perfectly fits with the dramatic storyline and emotional lyrics. Proving that this single can already be a classic ballad, Roxanna's heartfelt message is strongly emphasized by the elegance of her beautiful vocals. Just from the first few bars of music, you'll be mystified by the music inviting you to continue to listen to this story she is singing to you.
"I believe "Close Your Eyes" can relate to many people who have lost loved ones or losing their hope. When people are listening to the lyrics I'd like them to know they are not alone. I wish to heal them with this song." - RoXanna
Special Thank-You to Director: Samuel Gonzalez Jr.
Hold your nose. This story stinks…literally! New York is used to its fair share of interesting smells, but for the first time ever, the city had the odorous honor of hosting the Annual Odor-Eaters National Rotten Sneaker Contest, a competition that tests just how offensive sneakers can get. Ready to be judged were seven finalists, ages five to fourteen, from across the nation. They gathered at Ripley's Believe It or Not! in Times Square today wearing the decrepit and redolent rubber-soles that won them regional recognition. Only one competitor's sneakers were declared the stinkiest, and they belonged to 12 year old Jordan Armstrong from White Sands Missile Range, Las Cruces, NM.
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It’s that time of year when holidays parties are abound and everything revolves around festive parties, cocktails and delicious indulgent treats. The season can represent a time for serious temptation to overeat, indulge and forgo the gym. Whether you are throwing a holiday party or attending one, watching your waistline doesn’t have to be torture.
Nationally recognized health and nutrition expert, and former editor of Shape magazine Sharon Liao provides tips on healthy entertaining, which has become more trendy and fashionable than ever before. Contrary to what many Americans believe, it’s not hard to find a cornucopia of nutritious foods that can feast the eyes and lighten up the calorie packed plates at your own party.
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Ethanol production doesn't raise food prices. While commodity prices came down last year, food prices kept going up. Ethanol is helping to feed and fuel America. With Ethanol as America's Growth Energy, we all win.
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