The low rates of sunscreen use likely mean the high rates of the most common cancer -- melanoma -- won't be dropping soon. Continue reading →
Strange balls of living green algae that resembled 'alien eggs' are washing up on a Sydney beach.
Thirty gold bars have been buried in a beach in England for anyone who wants to try and find some. Oh, and it's art. Continue reading →
Summer crowds at the beach may thin, as the season heads into its final month, but the waves keep coming, and with them some seriously strange things.
While swimming, some Florida beachgoers have recently come in contact with a deadly bacteria in the warm waters that's already claimed at least one life. Carin Bonder has the details.
A fake kelp forest and a smart buoy system could be coming to a beach near you, as new research shows both help to prevent shark attacks.
A great white shark attack off the California coast proves that swimming and fishing in the same area can turn swimmers into shark bait.
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?
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