The first day of the health and lifestyle expo is of the health and The first day of the health and lifestyle expo is in the books but we still have day two. Around 30 vendors will be back at the Avenues Mall -- all wanting to help keep you and your family healthy. Channel 4's Chris Parenteau was at the expo all day yesterday and joins us LIVE from the mall with more on what you can expect for today. 3 3 Another of of the many great vendors that will be here today is Coastal Dermatology. They will be offering FREE skin cancer screenings and Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell has more on what this practice has to offer. 3 3 00-03 23-34 1:35-1:42SOT - 2850 i dont usually rememeber to wear sunscreen its not on my mind TRACK - That's something Dr. Sanjiva Goyal and associates worry about. People forgetting to put on sunscreen -- or simply just not caring. Goyal is a dermatologist with Coastal Dermatology and says Floridian's are especially susceptible to skin cancer -- even in colder months.SOT - 3522 the sun is still there so on all exposed areas florida especially its important to apply a broad spectrum sunscreen spf 30 on all exposed areas yes absolutely BRIDGE - 2810 even when its colder outside and youre all bundled up dermatologists say its still very important to put sunscreen on your face TRACK - Not only on your face, but also your neck, hands and any other exposed skin. Goyal also recommends everyone get a skin cancer screening at least once a year. A place on the body he sees a lot of skin cancer and people tend to over look -- your scalp.SOT - 3450 hats are probably the most effective if your balding or bald absolutely spray sunscreen or apply a lotion to your scalp EC, C4, TLS. Coastal dermatology was here yesterday giving free skin cancer screenings and they will be giving those again today. If you have any questions or concerns about your skin -- stop by the Coastal Dermatology booth for free assessments and screenings.