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Free skin cancer screening at James Island County Park

MUSC's Mobile Health Unit will bring free skin cancer screenings to James Island County Park on August 10.Full story

For allies, a question of how to use privilege for good

Conservative radio commentator David Webb—despite insisting that calling something "normal" does not mean that anyone without that characteristic, be it skin color, gender, sexual orientation, or physical ability, is "abnormal"—got into a heated exchange with anti-racist activist Tim Wise over what Full story

Makeup tips: The art of looking natural

  Celebrity makeup artist Mickey Williams demonstrates how to get flawless, natural-looking skin using new foundations on the market.

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  How to take trends from runway to everyday

Every season, new fashion trends hit the stores that seem tricky to pull off, but Lindsay Huggins and Jaclyn Emerick of Self magazine show of just a few fitness moves that will make it easy to wear some current styles with confidence.

  Soothing your summer sunburn

Dr. Jeanine Downie tells the tips and tricks to minimizing that painful summer burn, including taking the oral antioxidant Heliocare.

  Insider beauty secrets for hair, skin and nails

TODAY contributor Jill Martin goes au naturel to demonstrate inexpensive tips to protect hair and skin, including using lemon juice to extend the life of your manicure.

  Expert sunscreen tips for safe summer fun

Tomorrow marks the official start of summer, and as you plan to head out on vacation, dermatologist Dr. Susan Taylor offers sunscreen tips to keep your skin from burning.

  10 items to help you travel smart all summer long

Summer travel plans are in full swing, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to get packing. Whether you’re flying the friendly skies or hitting the road, style expert Jene Luciani shares the items you should be putting in your suitcase this season.

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