Examining photos of skin conditions or moles often led to same conclusions as in-person consultations
Procedure enables doctors to quickly check on how advanced disease is
Dermatologists have long prodded their patients to apply more sunscreen, claiming it not only protects against skin cancer, but aging as well. Now there’s evidence to prove it.
There’s no positive side to developing skin cancer, but the latest research ties certain forms of the disease to a reduced risk of dementia.
If the FDA gets its way, tanning beds may soon feature labels warning young people to steer clear of the machines and their jolts of UV radiation.
There’s another reason for those at risk of skin cancer to stay vigilant about protecting their health.
Disposable wristbands, much like the paper bracelets worn at concerts, can protect wearers from sunburn and skin-cancer risk by alerting them when to head into the shade.
An aspirin a day could keep skin cancer away, according to a new report in the journal Cancer.
Half of young adults under age 30 report having had a sunburn in the previous year, and many young white women are still using tanning beds.
A recent study finds that combining exercise and caffeine can reduce the risk of skin cancer in mice. The finding seems counterintuitive, but the researchers say the beneficial effect may ultimately have to do with weight …