Healthy Conversations FREE Seminar SeriesYour Epidermis is Showing!The skin, also known as epidermis, is the body's largest organ.It protects against heat, sunlight, injury, and infection. It helpscontrol body temperature and stores water, fat, and vitamin DSkin cancer is the most common type of cancer. It usuallyforms in skin that has been exposed to sunlight, but it canoccur anywhere on the bodyr. Lori RamirezDr. Lori Ramirez, dermatologist from the Ogden Clinic, will talkabout the types of skin cancer and address ways to avoid andprevent it. She will discuss some of the symptoms and what to look for.A new mole or dark spotA sore that does not healLump, ulcer, or scaly patch Change in sensation such asitchiness, tenderness, or painon the skinRedness or swelling beyondthe border of a molenge on the surface such asscaly texture, oozing, bleedingJoin us to learn how to prevent skin cancer and keep your skin healthy and safe.We encourage participants to ask questions.Refreshments and fun door prizeswill be offered.Tuesday, Sept. 196:00 p.m.Oak Room(Please watch for the H2U signs on thesouthwest entrance of the hospital.)RSVP by calling1-866-887-3999MOUNTAINSTAROgden RegionalMedical Center

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Healthy Conversations FREE Seminar Series Your Epidermis is Showing! The skin, also known as epidermis, is the body's largest organ. It protects against heat, sunlight, injury, and infection. It helps control body temperature and stores water, fat, and vitamin D Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. It usually forms in skin that has been exposed to sunlight, but it can occur anywhere on the body r. Lori Ramirez Dr. Lori Ramirez, dermatologist from the Ogden Clinic, will talk about the types of skin cancer and address ways to avoid and prevent it. She will discuss some of the symptoms and what to look for .A new mole or dark spot A sore that does not heal Lump, ulcer, or scaly patch Change in sensation such as itchiness, tenderness, or pain on the skin Redness or swelling beyond the border of a mole nge on the surface such as scaly texture, oozing, bleeding Join us to learn how to prevent skin cancer and keep your skin healthy and safe. We encourage participants to ask questions. Refreshments and fun door prizes will be offered. Tuesday, Sept. 19 6:00 p.m. Oak Room (Please watch for the H2U signs on the southwest entrance of the hospital.) RSVP by calling 1-866-887-3999 MOUNTAINSTAR Ogden Regional Medical Center

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