This is the time of year when many of us become aware of skin lesions including skin cancer. The major reason is that we notice our skin because we are wearing lighter clothes and clothes that reveal more of us like bathing suits.
The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Road to Healthy Skin Tour’s 38-foot customized RV will be parked outside the Rite Aid at 1035 County Line Road in Huntingdon Valley.
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.
Basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer. Those who are at risk should get regular skin checks.
Researchers from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine surveyed more than 100 people and found only 43 percent understood the definition of “sun protection factor,” or SPF.
Basically, 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.
In 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.
Love the staying power of a gel manicure? You might want to be careful about how frequently you’re getting them.
When should cancer screening – like mammograms and colonoscopies – be done? Here are some guidelines.
For several years now health officials have been issuing warnings about indoor tanning beds and it appears teens may be paying attention.
A new report finds that airline pilots and cabin crew may have an increased rate of melanoma – but what does this mean?
Pilots and cabin crew have a new worry – skin cancer.
Dermatologists trying to determine which skin lesions need testing first should ask patients how those patches feel.
Dr. Diedra McCafferty spoke about Skin Cancer and ways to try to prevent it starting at a young age.
More restrictions for indoor tanning. The Food and Drug Administration today announced new warnings that will have to be on tanning beds.