ALCOHOL AND MELANOMA: A NEW LINK
New research from the American Association for Cancer Research has added melanoma—the deadliest form of skin cancer—to the list of cancers correlated to alcohol use. More specifically, consumption of white wine has been found to correlate with the occurrence of melanoma in white males and females. Melanoma joins colon, liver, breast, head and neck cancers as those that have been linked to alcohol consumption.
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FRACTURES, SPRAINS AND STRAINS, OH MY
As the weather becomes colder and more icy, your risk of injuring yourself simply walking to your car skyrockets. But if you do slip and fall on black ice, do you know what kind of injury you have? Read this slidedeck to find out the difference between sprains, strains and other injuries.
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