Kindle Fire Is Still My Favorite Gift

Just wanted to share an idea for a gift, I got my first Kindle from Amazon when I was diagnosed with Melanoma. I have since upgraded to the Kindle Fire, while this unit is awesome, they have just come out with another version. Which I can’t wait to upgrade too. This has been a great […]

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Can You Get a Realistic, Natural Looking Tan from a Bottle?

Here is a review of the top 5 sunless tanners. Let’s face it people want the look, that “just off the beach tan” . Many seem to think it makes them look younger and thinner. If you want the look without the dangers of the sun, you can read about the best tan in a […]

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Are You A “Super Responder” or “Outlier”?

My oncologist, and I am sure many others, can tell you about patients who didn’t beat the odds, those that did not respond well to treatment. But today I would like to share an interesting story about “Outliers” or “Super Responders”  Why?  Because I am one, and I hope you can join me in this […]

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How Do You Handle The Mind Games Melanoma Plays?

I have never gotten rid of all the tumors in my body, this is just one of the mind games Melanoma plays with many  people, including me. I have had some pretty good test results for just a little over 2 years. A recent checkup with my dermatologist, which if you are not doing now […]

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A Guide to Sunblock

Sunblock SPF is just one factor to consider when choosing protection for your skin. Most important is that you should use sunblock routinely, because it reflects or absorbs ultraviolet rays that can cause skin cancer. You can read more here… Related articles The Sunblock Lowdown ‘Sunblocks have changed and it’s high time you got involved’ […]

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