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Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others [Video]

Alternative Medicine Practitioner Singapore – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others#alternativemedicinepractitioner #alternativemedicinepractitionernearme #alternativemedicinepractitionersingapore00:00 – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others?01:10 – Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer01:56 – There are three types of skin cancers – basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma04:42 – People who have fair skin and light hair (redheads) are at a higher risk for developing skin cancers03:24 – Older people who spend time outdoors without sunscreen also increase their chances of getting more aggressive forms of skin cancer 04:03 – Those with a history or genetic predisposition to other cancers may be more likely to develop different kinds of skin cancers04:59 – Other factors that can lead to increased risk include sunburns05:28 – Alternative Medicine Practitioner Singaporehttps://drthomaslodi.com/https://maps.google.com/maps?ll=1.314…https://www.facebook.com/DrThomasLodihttps://www.instagram.com/drthomaslodi/Singapore+66612519786https://goo.gl/maps/BVAP2s1NT5tm7hCd8Alternative Medicine Practitioner Singapore – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than othersWhy do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others?Skin cancers are caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun or other sources. The most common types of skin cancers are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. All three can occur on any part of your body that is exposed to the sun. Basal and squamous cell carcinomas usually appear as a raised bump with an ulcerated center (proud flesh). Melanomas often begin as a mole that grows in diameter; this type should be checked immediately by a dermatologist because it may represent one’s first warning sign for more serious problems such as eye cataracts or kidney stones.Skin cancer is the most common form of cancerSkin cancer is the most common form of cancer. The number of people affected by skin cancer is expected to increase in upcoming years due to population growth and increased exposure to UV radiation from sunlight. Skin cancers are also on the rise because many people don’t take sun protection seriously, spending time outdoors without sunscreen or seeking shade when appropriate.There are three types of skin cancers – basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma are three different types of skin cancers. They can all be cured through surgery or other treatments if detected early enough. Basal cell carcinomas appear as waxy lumps on the skin that may look like pimples or cysts; they are typically flesh-colored with a pink tinge to them. Squamous cells form scaly patches of thickened, dry skin which is often itchy but not painful; these spots usually grow in size over time before they need to be removed surgically. People who have fair skin and light hair (redheads) are at a higher risk for developing skin cancersPeople who have fair skin and light hair (redheads) are at a higher risk for developing skin cancers because they do not produce as much natural protection from UV rays as those with darker skin tones. This is because certain types of cells in their body called melanocytes, which produce melanin pigment that acts as a natural sunblock, are less active than in people with dark complexions. Older people who spend time outdoors without sunscreen also increase their chances of getting more aggressive forms of skin cancer This is because the sun can damage cells in our skin, and over time this will result in a greater risk for developing skin cancers. This includes squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Those with a history or genetic predisposition to other cancers may be more likely to develop different kinds of skin cancersExposure to the sun’s UV rays is a known cause of skin cancer. However, people with family histories or genetic predispositions may be more susceptible to developing different kinds of cancers than others. Other factors that can lead to increased risk include sunburnsSun damage is a serious issue, so it’s important to understand the different factors that can lead to increased risk. Sunburns are one of these factors, but they’re not the only ones.#alternativemedicinepractitioner #alternativemedicinepractitionernearme #alternativemedicinepractitionersingaporeAlternative Medicine Practitioner Singapore – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others

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Early signs and symptoms of head and neck cancer [Video]

Dr Mohamed MekkyAssistant lecturer of oral and maxillofacial surgery Kafr Elsheik UniversityDiscussion the early signs and symptoms of head and neck cancer which any dentist will face at least several times in his career, specially the dentists with high rate of patients

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Animation of Penile Implant [Video]

Penile implants are devices placed inside the penis to allow men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to get an erection. Penile implants are typically recommended for impotence. The placement of penile implants requires surgery. ED clinics are medical clinics staffed by healthcare professionals that specialize in diagnosing and treating erectile dysfunction. The term “ED clinic” typically isn’t used in medicine. Instead, it’s a marketing term that might be used by a clinic that specializes in male sexual health issues such as ED. Some ED clinics deal with other aspects of men’s sexual health, such as premature ejaculation (PE) or low testosterone. Our client visited an ED clinic in Nashville. One of the treatments involves injection of a mixed medication with a diabetic syringe that causes an instant and prolonged erection. A doctor at the clinic injected the wrong medication into our client’s penis that caused a priapism. This is a prolonged erection of the penis for more than 4 hours. Prompt treatment for priapism is usually needed to prevent tissue damage that can result in impotence where the patient can no longer achieve an erection. Our 40-year-old client was rendered impotent which is why he needed a penile implant. We had this animation made so the jury would understand penile implant surgery. The case never made it to trial because we convinced the clinic to pay $825,000 to settle.

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Marna E. Ericson, PhD; Bartonella henselae Detected in Malignant Melanoma, 2021 LDA CME Conf. [Video]

LDA Lyme/TBD 2021 Video SeriesTaken from 21st annual LDA-Columbia CME Conference Oct. 2, 2021Marna E. Ericson, PhDT Lab, Inc.- Director of ResearchHormel Institute – Adjunct FacultyUniversity of MinnesotaLearn more about the 2021 conference:https://lymediseaseassociation.org/lda-conferences/lda-conf-2021/lyme-disease-association-columbia-virtual-conference

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I quit teaching – Skin Cancer Treatment – Covid – Chatty Life/Homeschool Update [Video]

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Part III: Hysterectomy Recovery Tips & Pathology Results [Video]

Today I’m sharing my total hysterectomy and excision surgery recovery tips and pathology results. After years of ‘dealing’ with painful periods, recurring GI issues, and chronic pain, I recently had a hysterectomy and excision surgery for endometriosis & adenomyosis. Unfortunately, these chronic conditions are still drastically underrepresented in society, but by sharing and being open about this situation I hope you feel less alone. I’m extremely grateful to the friends, family, and medical professionals who have helped/are helping me navigate this process. Follow along on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ourtimeofthemonthI am not a medical doctor; this video contains my experience and opinions. Watch Part I here: https://youtu.be/Uk9odfMFbNY Watch Part II here: https://youtu.be/ZM0CSZ9J3M4 RESOURCES: The Endometriosis Center at Mercy https://mdmercy.com/centers-of-excellence/womens-health/the-institute-for-gynecologic-care/endometriosis-center?sc_lang=en The Baltimore Flow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thebaltimoreflow The Baltimore Flow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebaltimoreflow/ Nancy’s Nook: https://nancysnookendo.com/ Endo Found: https://www.endofound.org ITEMS I FOUND HELPFUL:Colace Stool Softener https://rstyle.me/+ifmuOvgfAXEB5NSFn3yaPAPregnancy Pillow https://rstyle.me/+RGE4kPFN2LJAAZdjht4ARwHusband Pillow https://rstyle.me/+vmzGMaQOieeKEkf3qPL0AgHeating Pad https://rstyle.me/+-uUhzWr0ZeDl1OMEAIayEQ Squatty Potty https://rstyle.me/+uA6q3XSHzlW8Pq_V8gla-g WHAT I’M WEARING:Sweater https://rstyle.me/+nJCWp8PSdgYsSqv_LZlSGgLipstick https://rstyle.me/+vbIeqj5l8T3I9Kt_kODLIw Earrings (Tia)

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Mayo Clinic Explains Kidney Disease [Video]

Learning about kidney disease can be intimidating. Let our experts walk you through the facts, the questions, and the answers to help you better understand this condition. For more reading visit: https://mayocl.in/3p1iOSlWhen it comes to your health, Mayo Clinic believes credible and clear information is paramount. There’s a lot to learn about kidney disease. We’re here to help.   0:31 What is kidney disease? 1:09 Who gets kidney disease/risk factors?  2:24 Kidney disease symptoms3:03 How is kidney disease diagnosed?3:53 Treatment options  5:23 Coping methods/ What now? 6:16 Ending    Still have questions? That’s okay.  https://bit.ly/3mb1PLmMore Videos on kidney disease · Effectively Managing Chronic Kidney Disease · https://bit.ly/33qoSv8Supplement concerns for kidney disease patients: https://bit.ly/3F53xW2Mayo Clinic Radio · Mayo Clinic Minute: Innovative research to fight kidney disease https://bit.ly/3p0JhiGVisit Mayo Clinic: https://mayocl.in/3F6eUNq Like Mayo Clinic on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MayoClinic Follow Mayo Clinic on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mayoclinic/ Follow Mayo Clinic on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MayoClinic

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Melanoma Research Victoria (MRV) Scientific Exchange Meeting, 8th December 2021 [Video]

MRV’s annual public forum. Wednesday 8th December 2021 6:00 – 8:00pmProgram1. Welcome by Prof Grant McArthur 2. MRV update Prof Grant McArthur 3. Updates on Uveal Melanoma by Dr. Damien Kee and Prof Mark Shackleton 4. Melanoma in Victoria by A/Prof Victoria Mar 5. Morgan Mansell Award for ‘Young Victorian Melanoma Researcher of the Year Introduction, Prof Mark Shackleton Speaker 1 Sophie Lim Speaker 2 Mabel Yan Speaker 3 Zhen Yu Speaker 4 Katharina Hochheiser Announcement of the Winner, Prof Mark Shackleton 6. Closing remarks – Prof Grant McArthur