Articles for Tag: "skin cancer"

Do you need routine full-body skin cancer screenings? 
Do you need routine full-body skin cancer screenings?
A panel of medical experts concludes there is not enough evidence to prove the exams help reduce the number of deaths from melanoma.
Skin cancer: Sun exposure is just one piece of the puzzle 
Skin cancer: Sun exposure is just one piece of the puzzle
Researchers discover there are genetic causes underlying men’s increased risk for melanoma.
Blog: There is no such thing as a safe tan 
Blog: There is no such thing as a safe tan
A pediatric dermatologist talks the “dark side” of the sun and breaks down what you need to know before venturing outside.
Infographic: Shield yourself with sunscreen 
Infographic: Shield yourself with sunscreen
Check out these tips to get the most out of your sunblock.
7 simple steps to staying safe in the sun 
7 simple steps to staying safe in the sun
Is it OK to use last year’s sunscreen? Do sprays really work? The answers to these questions will help lower your risk.
Does your sunscreen actually work? 
Does your sunscreen actually work?
Waterproof? Mineral-based? A new report finds that many protection products don’t hold up to their claims. Find out how to stay safe.
Your car window could be a health hazard 
Your car window could be a health hazard
A new study shows that car side windows may not provide enough protection from the sun’s harmful UV-A rays.