The low rates of sunscreen use likely mean the high rates of the most common cancer -- melanoma -- won't be dropping soon. Continue reading →
People who drink coffee regularly may be protected against malignant melanoma, the leading cause of skin-cancer death in the U.S.
You can run, but you can't hide: We're all getting hit with ultraviolet rays each time we go outdoors -- whether in clouds or sunshine. Trace explains what these killer rays do to our skin.
It's summer, it's beautiful outside -- keep covered! So warns the office of the U.S. Surgeon General. Continue reading →
A sunburn or tan is the obvious result of skin exposure to sun, but how exactly does the sun cause less visible changes to our skin?
New research delivers a frightening thought: Only 5 bad sunburns before the age of 20 could be enough to increase the chances of getting melanoma.
Chronically resting a hot laptop in your lap could be behind a rare affliction that turns skin brown.
Confusing labels can make a walk down the sunscreen aisle dizzying. We give you the lowdown.