Golfers’ Left Hand vs Right Hand and Sun Protection Tips

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  Spotting an avid golfer anywhere in the world is easy: just look at the hands, is one darker or more sun damaged than the other? A lefty or a righty? Its’ obvious which hand wears the traditional golf glove. … Read More

The Sun Shines for Pickleball Players

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  Working as a dermatology clinician in Green Valley, Arizona, I have the pleasure to meet the most active septuagenarians in the Southern AZ. Green Valley is a retirement community that is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. My patients include tennis players, … Read More

Driving on the Sunny Side: Taking Sides on Skin Cancer

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Unless you’re a mail deliverer, you probably sit on the left side of your vehicle in order to drive to work, school, or a cross country road trip. Recent studies suggest that an increasing number of driving Americans are finding … Read More

Outdoor Workers at Higher Risk for Skin Cancers

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It’s a fact of life for those who work outside consistently, occupational or otherwise, have an elevated risk of skin cancer. Recent studies have shown that there is a much higher risk for squamous cell carcinoma, and other forms of … Read More

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