of sun exposure and tanning. vincent reid, md, medical director of hall-perrine cancer center will share information as well. to register for this pre- prom event at the hall- perrine cancer center, please call 861-7998 text mercycare.org nicole, back to you. a lot. a linn county supervisor wants to bring up the issue e raising the county'y' minimum wage. it would increase about 18 thousand workers' wages in the county. eastern iowa today bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will approach the mid-upper 20s in all areas today with lower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a warmer given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated at this time. a small chance of snow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another arctic front approaches the area. latest data suggests thth we may not crack zero in some spots on sunday with the arctic air again plunging south. there are no warming trend suggesteteby the middle of next we
share her story about the dangers of sun exposure and tanning. vincent reid, md, medical director of hall-perrine cancer center will share to the american cancer society, skin cancer is the most common of all cancers. melanoma, a more dangerous type of skin cancer, accounted for more than 73,000 new cases in 2015, and about 10,000 skin cancer deaths each year. indoor tanning, just like sun tanning outside, exposes skin to uv rays is the cause of most skin cancers. according to the centers for disease control and prevention , people who begin tanning during adolescence or early adulthood to register for this pre- prom event at the hall- perrine cancer center, please call 319-861- 7998 this pre-prom event will include hair, makeup and sunlss tanning tips from industry experts, as well as a fashion show highlighting the laast styles in dresses. participants may nicole, back to you. tv-9's forrest saunders. thanks a lot. it appears the hot gadget of 2016 will be a "selfie drone." and there are two new celebrities in the world of snapchat -- you may recognize these four- legged first d
skin cancer by 59%"dr. vincent reid will be talking more about his concerns at an upcoming event on sunday, here inside the hall-perrine cancer center on the mercy campus. another speaker, a woman diagnosed with melanoma. "back in 2009, my dermatologist found a spot on the back that she that i needed to remove.when i was in school i was tanning all the time. i just really want to stress to the younger girls, what your doing today can have an impact later in life. i wish that i would've done things different" the free event is sunday.it's more than just talk about skin cancer. there will be beauty tips. a fashion show. a whole lot more. want to show up? give the number on your screen a buzz. in cedar rapids, forrest saunders, warren county health officials are investigating a rash of mumps cases. seven students at indianola high school have come down with the mumps in t past month. 5 were vaccinated. the lab confirmed 4 cases right before christmas break. 3 similar illnesses have also surfaced. the school is now asking facty and students to disinfect common areas several times s day.
feel like older.dr. vincent reid says the effects of tanning aren't seen right away, but develop over time. for example, tanning before the age of 35 increases the risk of melanoma by 59 percent. he also told me tanning beds have been classifed by the world health organization as carcinogenic to humans just like they've classified exposure to asbetos and smoking.its not as obvious or out of public eye (butt toto but ititno less carcinogenic than smoking.krista barness says she used to tan frequently as a teenager. she was diagnosed with skin cancer when she was 31.krista: what you do today will affect you the reststof your life.let's be real here, teens aren't the only ones who think being tan is beautiful. adults go tanning too. since it doesn't seem to be out of fashion yet, instead of going to a tanning bed, try a safer option like tanning tions or getting a spray tan. in cedar rapids, kelly d'ambrosio cbs2 news. fox28 news. it's the same old jo's but with a whole new look. look.next on the fox 28 news nine, we'll take you inside the new look for an iowa city grocery store. st
right now, -- under arrest at a deadly hit-and-run in worcester. vincent green out west boylston will be arraigned tomorrow. street yesterday and then taking off. green was caught a few hours later. the victim has not been identified. reid: a way with police officer is recovering from this head on christ. a drunk driver crossed the centerline and slammed into the cruiser on main street. 25-year-old kaylen keiser will be arranged row. she did have a passenger treated for minor injuries. the officer has been released and is expected to be ok. fire rescues at this well-known locationn central massachusetts. flames a race to a motel on the property of the historic publick house. firefighters did safely get three people out. that venue is popular spot for weddings. rhondella richardson is live where they are picking up the pieces tonight. rhondella: investigators believe the fire started when a cigarette was tossed into a flower pot right out why the building. the manager said in the morning and will know if the entire structure must come down. members of yesterday' s wedding party fled baref
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