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WASHINGTON , June 19, 2013 - People have a love affair with their looks and each year spend thousands on skincare products to keep their skin soft and younger looking.
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Summer is in full swing and while this might be the season of fun in the sun, if you're not careful, it can wreak havoc on your skin.
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A device that gathers information on UV radiation from the Sun has been installed on the roof of Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
As the weather warms up, many kids are headed to pools, lakes or spray parks. But, it's important to protect your kids and yourself from the sun's harmful rays.
In case you hadn't heard, June is now recognized as Cancer from the Sun Month, as the dangers of soaking up too many rays are now well known.
No matter if you've buckled down for the ultimate beach body or just plan to sip pia coladas poolside, the key ingredient for summer is sun.
The Claim: American-made sunscreens pale in comparison to their European counterparts when it comes to UVA protection - and as a result, many concerned beachgoers are ordering sunscreens from afar.
In a nondescript manufacturing plant on Indianapolis' east side, workers are producing one of the most unique weapons in the war on skin cancer.
It's understandable: basking in the sun is one of the best parts about Summer. But putting yourself at risk for skin cancer and premature aging is not quite as relaxing.
Most of us are well aware of the increased risk of skin cancer from excessive sun exposure.
When you're having fun outdoors, it's easy to forget how important it is to protect yourself from the sun.
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center will be hosting a free Skin Cancer Screening from 9 a.m.-noon July 8 in the Claude Parrish Radiation Therapy Institute.
After months of clouds and rain, people in the Northwest can't wait to enjoy the sunshine.
Elyzabeth Zerbe, 12 of Springettsbury Township, rubs on sunscreen before she and fellow campers jumped into the pool at YWCA's Camp Cann-Edi-On in Conewago Township in this July 20, 2011 file photo.
As the season of bare skin and scorching sun draws near, you - like so many other people - may find yourself scratching your head over sunscreen.
BOSTON, COHASSET AND PLYMOUTH, MA a As one of only two Mohs micrographic surgical centers for skin cancer in Southeastern Mass., the Skin Cancer Mohs Surgery Unit offers the highest level of skin cancer care for patients located on Cape Cod and south of Boston.