National Cancer Institute
Sleeping less than 7 hours per night has been associated with an increased risk of cancer, even among those who are physically active.
The most common form of skin cancer is non-melanoma skin cancer. We know that people affected by it are at an increased risk for developing another type of cancer later in life.
Temple University Health System will take over Fox Chase Cancer Center, under an agreement announced Thursday.
Dr. Allan Conney has been studying the link between caffeine and skin cancer for 10 years. He says drinking coffee or making a topical cream out of caffeine can kill cells that have been badly damaged by ultraviolet light.