Skin cancer is caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun and artificial sources. When detected at an early stage, it is easy to cure. This article aims to shed light on how to manage skin cancer.
You should seek shade when the sun is scorching. If you enjoy basking in the sun, use sunscreen to prevent sunburns and exposure to UV rays. The sunscreen you use should have a broad spectrum and water-resistant properties if you intend to spend time in the water.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reports that as of 2017, 1 in 7 Australians was aged at least 65 years old. When it comes to health concerns of the aging population, falls are a hazard which can affect 1 in 4 of this age group each year. As the child of an elderly parent who is not as steady on their feet as they once were, you want to know how you can reduce the chance of your parent experiencing a nasty fall.
Back pain can be felt anywhere in your back but will be most common in your lower back as this is where most of your body's weight presses. It can be from a strain or a minor injury and will get resolved on its own after some time. If you find that you frequently get back pain and it gets severe gradually, you need to go for a checkup to avoid or catch the following conditions early.
When it comes to skin cancer, early detection can make all of the difference. However, every year people develop lesser-known types of skin cancer which aren't always easy to spot. When a person develops some of the lesser known types of skin cancer, they may believe that they have a different skin condition which is minor and which does not require urgent investigation and treatment. Below is a guide to some of the lesser known types of skin cancer and the warning signs you need to look out for.
With an increasing spotlight being placed on mental health, it has become easier for some people to seek treatments without feeling as if the society is judging them. And one of the mental health issues that a good number of people suffer from is depression. Depression can affect anybody and is usually triggered by a traumatic event in one's life. If the emotional trauma is not dealt with accordingly, certain things in life could always have the potential of triggering your depression.