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June 29, 2006
Slathered with colorful sunscreen, children and families can take a day to explore the benefits the sun offers our planet during the 2nd Annual Sun-Sational Festival at Kidspace Children's Museum, Sat., July 8 and Sun., July 9, taking place daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and sponsored by Pasadena Water and Power. Learn about the sun's benefits for living things through daily programs and creative projects that span ancient history, the animal kingdom, and our needs in the present day. From 11 a.m. to noon, children can act out legends of the sun's creation, and then make a clay Sun Stone Calendar to learn how indigenous Aztecs used the sun to measure days, months, and cycles.
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July 16, 2009
Q. I have lived in Southern California all my life and always been a sun worshiper. Should I be concerned about skin cancer? I have lived in Southern California all my life and always been a sun worshiper. Should I be concerned about skin cancer? ? Doug, La Crescenta ? Yes, we should all be concerned about skin cancer. Nearly one in five Americans is expected to develop some type of skin cancer in his or her lifetime. Ten thousand people will die from the disease each year.
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By Chris Sutton | February 24, 2005
Friday morning was not just another rainy day in physical education classes at La Cañada High School. Instead, it looked like a lecture hall at a prominent university. Each hour, more than 100 students packed into the lecture room of the school's Information Resource Center, to hear Dr. Michael Novak, a Glendale dermatologist, assisted by Rosana Vicente, from Glendale Adventist Hospital, speak about the dark side of the sun, its effects on the skin and how to prevent sun damage and skin cancer.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2009
Part 2 ? Continuing with our beauty tips: ? ???Virtual? makeovers: ( www.taaz.com). Upload a photo of yourself and choose from thousands of cosmetics and hairstyles that will flatter the shape of your face. These pictures can be e-mailed to you. ??Sunscreen tips: Use 15 SPF+ daily just prior to application of foundation or add a few drops into moisturizer or foundation. Always include, even on cloudy days, on face, ears and back of neck at least 20 minutes before going outside.
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Nancy Turney | June 15, 2011
Q. I have lived in Southern California all my life and always been a sun worshiper. Should I be concerned about skin cancer?   We all should be concerned about skin cancer. Nearly one in five Americans is expected to develop some type of skin cancer in his or her lifetime. Ten thousand people die from the disease each year. With the thinning of the ozone layer, tanning is now a year-round skin danger. Many people assume that a tan protects them, when in fact a tan is actually a sign of skin damage.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Diana Olson | April 29, 2010
Part 3 Information in these three-part articles will help you look and feel younger. Lip liner : As we mature beyond 50, our lips thin. Lip liner defines and redefines the lip line. Liner helps to visually enlarge the lips and keep the lipstick from bleeding. Applying lip liner to the entire lip area will help the lipstick last longer. Choose a lip liner that is closest to your nude lip color, and not the color of the lipstick. Then apply lipstick over the lip liner.
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April 15, 2010
The La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council Institute for the 21st Century at La Cañada High School is joining forces with the La Cañada Youth Council to plan a teen hike at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Descanso Trail. The purpose of the hike is enjoy the great outdoors and introduce La Cañada teens to their local trails. For more information on the hike, visit the La Cañada High library between 3:30 and 5 p.m. today, during the Institute/Internship Showcase. Participants must be at least 13 years old and have a permission slip signed by a parent or guardian.
NEWS
December 16, 2004
I need your help to get the message out to send a card or letter to our soldiers in harm's way during this holiday season. Many of us know some of these soldiers as friends, like Brent Cassidy who graduated from La Cañada High School and is currently in Fallouja, Iraq. My family also was fortunate to know another soldier and family friend, 2nd Lieutenant J.P. Blecksmith, who was killed leading his troops in Fallouja on Veteran's Day. In honor of his heroic actions and to honor our other brave soldiers, let's do what we can to let them know we care.
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July 16, 2009
Q. I have lived in Southern California all my life and always been a sun worshiper. Should I be concerned about skin cancer? I have lived in Southern California all my life and always been a sun worshiper. Should I be concerned about skin cancer? ? Doug, La Crescenta ? Yes, we should all be concerned about skin cancer. Nearly one in five Americans is expected to develop some type of skin cancer in his or her lifetime. Ten thousand people will die from the disease each year.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2009
Part 2 ? Continuing with our beauty tips: ? ???Virtual? makeovers: ( www.taaz.com). Upload a photo of yourself and choose from thousands of cosmetics and hairstyles that will flatter the shape of your face. These pictures can be e-mailed to you. ??Sunscreen tips: Use 15 SPF+ daily just prior to application of foundation or add a few drops into moisturizer or foundation. Always include, even on cloudy days, on face, ears and back of neck at least 20 minutes before going outside.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 29, 2006
Slathered with colorful sunscreen, children and families can take a day to explore the benefits the sun offers our planet during the 2nd Annual Sun-Sational Festival at Kidspace Children's Museum, Sat., July 8 and Sun., July 9, taking place daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and sponsored by Pasadena Water and Power. Learn about the sun's benefits for living things through daily programs and creative projects that span ancient history, the animal kingdom, and our needs in the present day. From 11 a.m. to noon, children can act out legends of the sun's creation, and then make a clay Sun Stone Calendar to learn how indigenous Aztecs used the sun to measure days, months, and cycles.
NEWS
By Chris Sutton | February 24, 2005
Friday morning was not just another rainy day in physical education classes at La Cañada High School. Instead, it looked like a lecture hall at a prominent university. Each hour, more than 100 students packed into the lecture room of the school's Information Resource Center, to hear Dr. Michael Novak, a Glendale dermatologist, assisted by Rosana Vicente, from Glendale Adventist Hospital, speak about the dark side of the sun, its effects on the skin and how to prevent sun damage and skin cancer.
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