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Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Our skin is the largest organ of our body. It covers us from head to toe, is about two square meters and accounts for approximately 16 percent of our body weight. It acts as a waterproof, insulating shield against temperature extremes, damaging UV light, and dangerous chemicals and bacteria.
Men's & Women's Health
Monday, April 19, 2021
Mary (not her real name) didn’t come to my office thinking she had a skin cancer. She was only 34 years old. She came in for a rash. While examining her back, I noticed a small mole, not much bigger than a pinhead, but I quickly recommended a biopsy. It revealed what I suspected: a very early stage melanoma.

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