looking-good-page-bannerThe summer will be here sooner than we expect and that means plenty of well-deserved fun in the sun.Unfortunately, the more we expose our skin to the sun, the greater our risk of developing skin cancer. That’s why the American Academy of Dermatologists (AAD) designated May as Skin Cancer Awareness Month, complete with educational tools, tips, and a Twitter hashtag: #LookingGoodin2016. There’s even a catchy name for the month’s first weekday: Melanoma Monday. Although melanomas only make up about one percent of all skin cancer cases, they represent the vast majority of skin cancer deaths, with one death every 52 minutes, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation.See the rest here…MELANOMA MONDAY FULL ARTICLEhttp://www.medicaldaily.com/melanoma-monday-skin-cancer-awareness-month-self-exam-384311