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Tanning could soon be a thing of the past for Illinois teens. Lawmakers passed a bill Monday that would ban anyone under 18 from using indoor tanning beds.
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Because we have a history of skin cancer deaths in our family, I can't figure out why my mom would let my sister do this.
Only 25% of sunscreen products offer strong and broad UV protection and raise few health concerns, according to Environmental Working Group .
The Friday before Memorial Day weekend is designated as Don't Fry Day. With outdoor weekend plans already in the works, don't fry your skin this weekend.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and while the dangers of melanoma are well known, it is important not to neglect the warning signs of the two most common types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma , which can also become disfiguring and even deadly if not diagnosed and treated promptly.
May is skin cancer awareness month. According to the skin cancer foundation, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime.
Citing what he called "a preponderance of evidence" that indoor tanning greatly raises one's risk of developing skin cancer, Greenlee has introduced a bill that would restrict minors from using indoor-tanning facilities in Philadelphia without parental permission.
Sunbathers headed to the beach this summer will find new sunscreen labels on store shelves that are designed to make the products more effective and easier to use.
Erie County Executive Barry Grossman, along with Mayor Joe Sinnett went club hopping this afternoon, one of the stops being Holy Trinity Society on East 23rd Street.
You look good - and you know it! Cosmetic surgery has made you happy with yourself and the world around you.
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at Terrebonne General Medical Center is offering a free skin cancer screening in May in Morgan City.
People who have skin cancer may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, according to research published this week in Neurology .
One local woman has gone above and beyond to raise awareness after her daughter lost her battle with skin cancer.
Fashionistas turned out on Friday, May 10th to support The Spa at Charleston Place 6th annual "I will reflect" event.
Teens who prefer to tan inside rather than make use of the Miami sun may see a change if a Food and Drug Administration's proposal gets approved.