When the laptops become one of the daily necessities, the problems caused come one after another to the users. This article will particularly introduce the news about the potential harm of the laptops bringing to the skins with the evidence and sayings of the professional ones.
The news is starting with a picture about a 12-year-old boy suffering ‘toasted skin syndrome’.
The picture helps the readers and audiences clearly understand the concept of the toasted skin syndrome, so that they can find out their symptoms when comparing to the picture.
At the beginning, the news quotes the words of the authorized institutions to introduce the reasons in resulting in the mottled skin condition, which makes the news more authoritative and persuasive.
Then the news introduces the three similar cases, which have been treated or studied by the professional ones, to support its central topic. In this way, the news become much more convince to the readers and the audiences, so that the users will pay attention on the harm of the laptops, then effectively avoid the harm the laptops bring to their skins.
In addition, the news also quotes the words of the doctors, the researchers or the other professional ones, such as Swiss researchers, Dr Kimberley Salkey, an assistant dermatology professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School, Anthony J. Mancini, dermatology chief at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, etc, to support its central topic and makes it more convincible and persuasive.
At the end of the news, when it says that the prolonged skin inflammation can potentially increase chances for squamous cell skin cancer, it also quotes the words of Dr Mancini to defeat the above sayings that as long as effectively avoid the prolonged close skin contact with laptops, it is possibly to avoid the skin cancer.
When ends up with such conclusion, the news not only delivers the information about the harm of the laptops to the skins, but also delivers the message to calm down the terrors of the public in using the laptops.
Joe Kelly，（October 04, 2010）, Prolonged use of laptops on your lap can leave skin mottled and discoloured, study says, http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/health-science/prolonged-use-of-laptops-on-your-lap-can-leave-skin-mottled-and-discoloured-study-says/story-e6frg8y6-1225933925060