The good news is that skin cancer, unlike other forms of cancer, such as lung cancer or breast cancer, is usually highly visible and easily detectable in the early stages. It is also rare for people to die as a result of skin cancer.

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After turning 30, the effects of natural aging start taking a toll on our muscles, and this continues throughout our lives. We lose up to four percent of our muscle mass per year after hitting 30. How do our muscles age with time? Both muscle mass and muscle strength decline, and this process speeds up…

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