Study: Skin Cancer More Deadly When Caught During PregnancyThe study looked at hundreds of medical records.
FDA Approves Using Form Of Herpes Virus To Battle MelanomaThe FDA has approved the use of Imlygic for certain patients battling melanoma, the leading cause of skin cancer related deaths.
Can Eating Too Much Citrus Increase Your Risk For Skin Cancer?According to a study of more than 100,000 U.S. adults followed for about 25 years, those who regularly consumed orange juice or whole grapefruit had a higher risk of developing melanoma.
Deadly Risks Of Sun TanningBasically, if you’re going to enjoy the sun, you need to be careful. Tens of thousands of people die each year from too much sun.
CDC: Melanoma Rates Have Doubled Over Last 30 YearsIn report released Tuesday by the CDC, the organization says melanoma is responsible for more than 9,000 skin cancer deaths in the U.S. each year.
Coffee May Reduce Risk Of Skin CancerA new study finds that drinking caffeinated coffee is associated with a lower risk of malignant melanoma.
Study Suggests Flight Crews Have A High Risk Of Skin CancerPilots and cabin crew have a new worry - skin cancer.
Health: FDA Announces New Warnings Must Be On Tanning Beds More restrictions for indoor tanning. The Food and Drug Administration today announced new warnings that will have to be on tanning beds.
Health: No Fry Day; Local Mother Shares Heartbreaking Story Of Daughter's Battle With Melanoma3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one Delaware families heartbreaking battle.
May Is Melanoma Awareness MonthAfter the long winter, it’s not a surprise everyone is gearing up to enjoy some fun outdoors this summer. Before heading out to catch some rays, think about protecting your skin.
Numbers Reveal Exposure To Indoor Tanning In US, Australia And EuropeA new report reviews 88 studies from the past 21 years to see how prevalent indoor tanning is in the US, Australia, and Europe.
Local University Offers Free Skin Cancer ScreeningsA local university is offering free skin cancer screenings in Philadelphia to help spread awareness of the disease.