May is Melanoma Awareness Month, so Dr. Courtney R. Schadt, MD with the University of Louisville stopped by to talk about the warning signs of melanoma.

Dr. Schadt says everyone should watch out for the ABCDE's of melanoma. If you see a doctor if an there's a dark spot on your skin with asymmetry, border irregularity, color, diameter (large) and evolving (changing).

Sunblock and sun protective clothing are some of the best ways to prevent melanoma from developing. There are plenty of cute options for sun protective clothing for kids.

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