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Homem do dia: Yazan Ismail

Yazan A. Ismail é Sírio-Canadense morando em Cleveland. O magya é médico do câncer e possui um legado de fãs nas redes sociais. Fitness, até mesma de roupa você percebe que ele tem um corpo daqueles de deixar qualquer um molhadx. Confira fotos:

#throwback to my vacation in #Miami earlier this month. Using this #shirtless picture to talk about #tanning & #skincancer. What’s the truth? There's a huge tanning industry, including tanning products to tanning salons that use UV beds, that will down play the risks. There is also a societal perception that pale skin is unattractive. I’m pale as a ghost and don’t care 👻. My melanoma patients aren’t exactly fond of their scars and excisions. 1️⃣Research indicates that just one blistering sunburn can double your chances of developing #melanoma later in life. #Tanned #skin is a result of damage to skin cells, so there isn't really such a thing as a "safe tan" either. Sorry. Also, the effect is cumulative. Research suggests that the cumulative damage to skin cells can lead to wrinkles, age spots, premature aging and skin cancer. 2️⃣What about #tanningbeds? Not safer, and also cause skin cancer and have been listed by the CDC as a carcinogen. Young people who regularly use tanning beds are 8 times more likely to develop melanoma than people who have never use them. Using tanning beds before age 30 increases your risk of developing melanoma by 75%. Research also suggests a strong dose-response relationship – meaning the more sessions, hours and years spent tanning, the higher the risk of developing melanoma and other types of skin cancer. 3️⃣Bottom line, there is a cumulative risk from each UV exposure and tanning is not a good sign. There are many types of skin #cancer, melanoma being the deadliest, and the most common form of cancer for young adults 25-29 years. It is highest amongst Caucasians, whose lifetime risk is 1 out of 40!! That's a lot, so be careful. Melanomas can occur anywhere, for example the eyes (make sure your shades have UV protection!) . .➡️So.. what do we do? . – Stay in the shade – Wear protective clothing/hats/shades with UV protection 😎👒🧢 – Try avoiding #sun between 10AM – 4PM☀️ – Use a broad spectrum sunscreen, SPF >= 30, reapply every 2 hours – Diet is an important source of Vitamin D, and if you are deficient, then see your doctor and not the tanning salon! PS. I did all those things in Miami! #beach #fitness #health #muscle #florida

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