He tied the knot with his love Maggie Lawson after being in a relationship for a couple of years.
As a loving couple, they have also welcomed a baby boy named Oliver.
On average, 225 Georgians die from melanoma every year.
The good news is most skin cancers can be prevented.
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The Georgia Public Health Laboratory, or GPHL, was awarded the "2018 TB Elimination Champions Award" by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) U. During the two-year anniversary of the Fulton County Pr EP Clinic, Chief Communicable Diseases Clinical Officer David Holland, M. For 29 years prior, he practiced emergency medicine at De Kalb Medical Center in Decatur.
• Minimize exposure to the sun during peak hours 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.• Wear protective clothing, hats and sunglasses that protect the skin.• Use a broad spectrum with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 15 or more.• Use on all parts of your skin exposed to the sun, including the ears, back, shoulders and the backof the knees and legs.• Reapply sunscreen after swimming, strenuous exercise or toweling off.
Enjoy all that Georgia has to offer outdoors, but take precautions to protect yourself and your family. On June 5, the Augusta-Richmond County Board of Commissioners voted 6 to 3 for a smoke-free air ordinance.