On Thursday, the Drexel Convenient Care Center in the Shops at Liberty Place in Center City will offer free skin checks
The best chance you have to defeat malignant melanoma is to detect it early. I have an easy way to measure this.
A summer warning from doctors about the dangers of sun and skin cancer.
New research indicates child abuse or neglect may affect the immune system and impact vicitms later in life.
Just days after a New Jersey mother caused a stir for her crispy appearance, a clothing retailer has come under fire for using a seemingly “tanorexic” model in a swimsuit ad.
The push is not due to the recent hue and cry over that New Jersey mom and her child in a tanning facility, but to what the American Cancer Society says are scary new figures about melanoma.
The rate of skin cancer among young adults is skyrocketing, according to new research. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on why doctors think this is happening.
A new study finds fewer people die from the skin cancer melanoma in U.S. counties that have at least one dermatologist.
Maybe the feet are the Rodney Dangerfields of body parts — they don’t get no respect.
Memorial Day is almost here and with it comes the unofficial start of the summer. Enjoy the season but exercise caution.
Sunscreen should be worn every day of the week and not just at the beach.
Sunscreen is not just for summer. KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough explains that many lotions and cosmetics provide the much-needed protection year round.
It is being called a major breakthrough in the battle against the most serious form of skin cancer — malignant melanoma.
by KYW’s Michelle Durham A local dermatologist is warning parents and teens about the dangers of tanning. She is approaching youth in a different way.