Banning the Tan

Melanoma is a leading cause of cancer deaths for people aged 25-35. The good news: It’s mostly preventable with some sun smarts
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Living It

At 20, Bryan Mudryk was diagnosed with cancer. A decade later, the TSN SportsCentre host is giving back to the Alberta hospital that helped save his life
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Use Your Head

Adult soccer leagues are gaining momentum, as grown-up players embrace the health and social benefits of The Beautiful Game
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Sequence for Success

This Ukrainian-trained doctor studied the Chernobyl disaster and is using her expertise to make strides in radiation research, here in Alberta
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Ask the Expert

When it comes to health, sometimes it can be difficult to separate myths from reality. Leap writer Debbie Olsen tracks down Alberta Health Services doctors to get the facts
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Mohs is Less

A layered approach to removing skin cancers on the face is highly effective and leaves minimal scarring
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The Skinny on Tanning

Tanorexics – a pop-culture term for those addicted to the bronzed look, who often seek the extra fix of tanning beds – now like to justify their ultraviolet overexposure by pointing to new research that recommends we all need more vitamin D. If most Canadians are vitamin D deficient, they
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