North Oakland Now: March 4, 2009
on March 4, 2009
Good morning ya’ll.
For all you exhibitionists out there, according to the San Mateo County Times, SFO has introduced full-body image scanners as another option for passengers to gain security clearance. A 3-D makeup of your body is rendered on a screen, naughty bits and all. I haven’t been to the gym lately, so I think I’ll pass.
Speaking of showing some skin, according to the Contra Costa Times, skin melanomas are on the rise in the United States. It’s increasing rapidly mostly among light-skinned older people, but please everyone, slop on that sunscreen–we’re all susceptible.
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