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The ABCDEs of Getting to Know Your Moles

You may feel healthier with a bit of a tan, but the sunlight that warms our bones and makes flowers grow contains ultraviolet (UV) radiation that can damage the skin. Exposure to UV radiation from sunlight can lead to sunburn, which causes premature wrinkling and changes in skin pigmentation, an
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My Girls™ Skin Care Samples Are Back in Stock!

Send A Gift of Comfort Today... Our radiation oncology nurses above are happy to receive My Girls™ Skin Care, a gift of comfort for women and men undergoing radiation therapy. Your samples are now on their way if you have already requested them!If you would like to send a box to a fellow n
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Calendula For Radiation Burns

Calendula For Radiation Burns Calendula has a long history of use in treating an array of skin conditions, including inflammation and irritation – centuries of use, in fact. And although calendula has remained a staple for many naturopathic medical practitioners and “mainstream” physicians
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Treating Sunburn: Just One of the Skin Care Benefits of Calendula

Winter is at a close, and that means the sunny days of spring and summer are at hand – and that means many more hours spent enjoying the beautiful, bright sunshine. Of course, plenty of sunshine also means a higher risk of sunburn. Even the most judicious use of sunscreen can still place you
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Tips for Skin Care After Cancer Treatment

While chemotherapy and radiation can be highly effective treatments for cancer, they also come with side effects that can be uncomfortable or even painful, especially affecting the skin in the treatment area. As a matter of fact, most patients undergoing radiation treatment will experien
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Wellesley Residents Run for Charity

Interviewer: Today, we caught up with a group of Wellesley residents training for the 120th Boston Marathon. We asked them a few questions and found out they're not only running for the finish line but also to raise money and awareness for great causes. Theresa: And this year, Boston M
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Business Spotlight - 04/06/2016

Man: We caught up with Wellesley resident, Theresa Keresztes, president of My Girls™Skin Care, to talk about her product, training for the Boston Marathon, and how she plans to celebrate One Boston Day. Interviewer: Tell us a little bit about who you are, what you're doing, and who you're ra
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Be Nice to Your Breasts - Linda G.

I'm Linda Griffith and on October of 2009, in my early 60s, I was diagnosed with stage one invasive breast cancer followed shortly thereafter by surgery. And at the point after that, I had to make decisions about my treatment, and I knew that I wanted to participate and try and have control as mu
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Finding Relief from Radiation Dermatitis

Radiation can be an extremely effective treatment for many types of cancer, but in the process of treatment, it can also take a significant toll on skin, causing issues like irritation, itching, excess dryness and tenderness, all of which can be especially upsetting during a period of time wh
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My Girls™ Skin Care and Susan G. Komen Southern New England Team Up to Donate Gifts of Comfort on #OneBostonDay - Supporting Medically Under-served Women and Their Fight Against Breast Cancer

My Girls™Skin Care will team up with of Susan G. Komen® Southern New England and participate in One Boston Day (#OneBostonDay) by donating My Girls Skin Care cream, a calendula cream known for help with protecting against the skin side effects of radiation therapy. One Boston day is a new tradi
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