The low rates of sunscreen use likely mean the high rates of the most common cancer -- melanoma -- won't be dropping soon. Continue reading →
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?
Seeking out the perfect tan might be about more than vanity, research suggests.
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.