Hugh Jackman Praises Pal Nicole Kidman For Staying Safe From Sun : People.com

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"Nicole told me when she was a kid she used to be made fun of all the time in Australia because she used to stay in the shade and she had whiter skin. And no one is making fun of her now." The 2008 Sexiest Man Alive says in this week's issue of PEOPLE that says he's happy that the ideals of attractiveness are changing. "I'm really heartened to see in general the idea that to be sexy and beautiful you have to be tan is gone," he says. "Nicole has the most beautiful skin." Jackman, who has been diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma four different times, says he never wore sunscreen growing up, making him a prime candidate for skin cancer. The Aussie co-created Pure Sun Defense , a sunscreen line for kids. Video: Hugh Jackman: The Moment I Was Told I Had Skin Cancer While Jackman's skin cancer surgeon Dr. Michael Albom says people should be checked once a year, he suggested Jackman go every six months at first and now every three months as a precaution because of his sun exposure as a kid. "Another thing for the ladies if you don't wear sunscreen your skin will age so much faster and wrinkle," Albom says. For the original wrinkle free spray version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.people.com/article/hugh-jackman-nicole-kidman-skin-cancer?xid=rss-topheadlines





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Davis Jr. entered West Point in 1932 as its only black cadet and spent the next four years shunned. He roomed alone, and no one befriended him. The future Tuskegee Airman and trailblazing Air Force general... For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.njherald.com/story/29024563/official-3-arrests-after-fatal-shooting-of-2-mississippi-police-officers-in-traffic-stop









Local NewsLocal News More>> Updated: Saturday, May 9 2015 10:50 PM EDT2015-05-10 02:50:42 GMT Welcome to the Spartan Race. It was day when Citi Field was transformed into a giant obstacle course. The athletes were running through the bleachers, down onto the field, up onto a rope, and over walls in the parking lot to raise funds and awareness for multiple Myoloma -- a form of blood cancer. Welcome to the Spartan Race. It was day when Citi Field was transformed into a giant obstacle course. The athletes were running through the bleachers, down onto the field, up onto a rope, and over walls in the parking lot to raise funds and awareness for multiple Myoloma -- a form of blood cancer. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.myfoxny.com/story/29024478/schumer-amtrak-police-need-access-to-law-enforcement-radio





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The political divide will be on stark display this month as Congress debates reauthorization of the post-Sept. 11 law ahead of a June 1 deadline. The broader question of privacy rights has gained attention since a former National Security Agency systems administrator, Edward Snowden, disclosed in 2013 that the NSA had been collecting and storing data on nearly every American's phone calls for years. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.19actionnews.com/story/29020703/gop-candidates-divided-over-renewing-usa-patriot-act