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Moments in Medicine - The Nebraska Medical Center

Sunscreen Labels Undergo a Makeover

Not all sunscreens are created equally. Sunscreen labels are undergoing a makeover to help make their claims easier to understand and more accurate. Make sure you're getting the best protection for your skin. Read more.


Pregnant with Cancer and Surviving -- Twice

A diagnosis of cancer is difficult enough to face. But combine that with the fact that you are only 25 years old and pregnant with your first child and the news can be overwhelming. Missy Givens tells her story about beating cancer while pregnant and giving birth to a healthy baby boy. Watch the video.


Polo Event Benefits Patients

A polo match in Nebraska? This popular British sport has become a wonderful fundraising event hosted by The Nebraska Medical Center. Polo for Patients benefits the Patient Assistance Fund at the hospital. The fund helps patients and families by providing financial assistance for basic needs such as lodging, meals and transportation. Read more.

"A suntan is your body’s attempt to defend itself against the sun and therefore is still an injury to the skin."

Jason Papenfuss, MD, dermatologist, The Nebraska Medical Center

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That's the Way the Cookie Crumbles

Have you ever wondered why your mouth starts to water and your stomach growls when you smell cookies baking? Medical Nutrition Therapist Specialist, Sarah Keegan breaks it down for us in her most recent blog post. She also explains the relation between the digestion process and blood sugar levels. Read the blog post.

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