BE A SKIN CANCER HERO

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

During Skin Cancer Awareness Month, the American Academy of Dermatology is recognizing Skin Cancer Heroes — patients and survivors, the friends and loved ones who have helped and supported them, and the board-certified dermatologists who have detected and treated their skin cancer.

The AAD also encourages everyone to be their own Skin Cancer Hero by taking steps to prevent skin cancer and detect it early, when it’s most treatable.

Learn more: https://www.aad.org/public/spot-skin-cancer/programs/skin-cancer-awareness-month 

5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week

This week marks the return of Christina Aguilera, yes, but don’t forget about Enrique Iglesias — back with his first English-language single in four years — and Florence + the Machine, revving up for a new album release later this summer. Also: indie singer Jessie Reyez critiques sexual double standards…

via 5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week — TIME

Why Living on World’s Most Active Volcano Doesn’t Scare These Hawaiians

Almost a year ago, Stacy Welch began building her home in the small community of Leilani Estates in Hawaii, on the most active volcano in the world. Then the lava came. The 48-year-old restaurant worker and her daughter were among more than 1,500 people who had to evacuate their homes Thursday after Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano started rumbling…

via ‘This Island Is So Crazy.’ Why Living on the World’s Most Active Volcano Doesn’t Scare These Hawaiians — TIME

USA’s Curling Athletes Shocked the World by Winning Gold. Then They Got the Wrong Medals…

The world was not prepared for America’s men’s curling team to come from behind and capture curling gold, but capture gold medals they did.

via USA’s Curling Athletes Shocked the World by Winning Gold. Then They Got the Wrong Medals — TIME

What to Know About Closing Ceremony for 2018 Winter Olympics: When, Where and How to Watch

Every Winter Olympics goes by in the blink of an eye. The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea lasted just two weeks…

more via What to Know About the Closing Ceremony for the 2018 Winter Olympics: When, Where and How to Watch — TIME