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A study is among the largest to focus on disparities impacting melanoma in U.S. men.
How one dermatologist is shaking up beauty standards and representation in skin care
Latino and Black adolescents with darker skin tones are more likely to be lacking in the “sunshine vitamin.”
A Brown University PhD student recognized the health disparity people with darker skin experienced from pulse oximeters
Concern for Jordan’s health spread following his appearance in The Last Dance, a 10-part docuseries.
African-American skin may be more protected from sun’s dangerous rays than most, but misperceptions could be putting us at risk for cancer.
Although color loss is inevitable, science is trying to find a way to keep hair in the black.
Compared with tweezing, shaving and waxing, laser hair removal is an effective and almost permanent solution to the problem.
Think blacks don’t get skin cancer? Well, forget that myth and slather on some sun protection.
Study Findings Say...
Because of this pigment in the skin, getting a few Ds is also a vital part of day-to-day black health.
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