1 in 4 men have bone loss and don’t know it

1 in 4 men have bone loss and don’t know it

Osteoporosis affects 10 million people in the United States. Women experience bone loss more than men but men don’t get a pass.

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Dr. Michelle Hure Talks Sunscreen

Dr. Michelle Hure Talks Sunscreen

You’re vaccinated and ready to hit the sand, take the boat out or just have a picnic. But before you do, you need to hear what Dr. Michelle Hure has to say about sunscreen and sun protection.

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Fully Vaccinated “I still don’t want you to hug me”

Dr. Michelle Hure, a California based Dermapathologist, warns followers not to let their guard down after getting vaccinated.

After getting her own vaccination she commented “Fully vaccinated (I still don’t want you to hug me).”

She went on to say “Now that many people are getting vaccinated (awesome!) I see they are starting to get more complacent with masking and distancing. I understand why. But just because you’re vaccinated, it doesn’t mean we are back to normal.”

She went on to say “The covid vaccine was developed and intended to prevent serious complications and death.”

Thank you for that reminder, Dr. Hure!

What Covid Vaccine Won’t Do

According to Dr. Hure the Covid vaccine won’t:

💉Protect you from getting Covid.

💉Keep you from spreading the virus to others if infected.

We need to remain vigilant and maintain proper masking and distancing.

Dr. Michelle Hure

Dr. Hure reported that besides feeling a little fatigued and having a sore arm she is feeling great!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Hi Friends!

Can you BELIEVE it’s October? I mean where does the time go? Speaking of time…October means it’s breast cancer awareness month, again. As a breast cancer survivor I know two things for sure 👉🏼breast cancer awareness is about more than buying pretty in pink packages. And 👉🏼early detection is the key to survival.

In order to catch cancer early you have to get to know your breasts.

I get it. The idea of poking around in your breast tissue is undesirable and uncomfortable. It feels weird. But, it can be the thing that helps you identify unusual lumps and bumps in the very early stages. Not all lumps are cancerous. In fact, experts say most aren’t. But you don’t want to take that chance. Trust me!So be sure to check your breasts EVERY month.

I don’t know how.

Before I was diagnosed I really didn’t know how to do my breast self-exams. I tried. I think I did okay. But I wish I’d known the correct way to do them. You can learn how to properly do your breast self-exams HERE

Get your mammogram.

Even if you do regular breast self-exams you should get your mammograms. Again, I know mammograms aren’t comfortable. Sometimes they even hurt. But combined with your personal exams, mammograms can help detect cancer in the very early stages. The sooner the better!

Early arrival, 90 percent survival.

Fran Drescher
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So what are you going to do?

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