One of the trickier aspects of the coronavirus pandemic is that it caused delays to regular wellness screenings and medical appointments with physicians — which, fortunately, are back in action. It also usurped the 46th annual RVNAhealth Wellness Fair, which offers a wealth of free screenings and medical experts each year. Not content with cancellation, we are pleased to introduce the RVNAhealth Virtual Wellness Fair — an online compilation of head to toe wellness and self-screening information from leading expert organizations.
One wellness screening of note is the skin cancer screening, especially pertinent if you have a new or changing mole or skin lesion — and particularly timely as we welcome summer’s warmth and anticipate more time outdoors. The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) estimates that 1 in 5 people will develop skin cancer, 9,500 people diagnosed daily in the U.S, so this information is relevant to all.