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In her new documentary, “In the Sun”, the actress hopes to dispel the myth that people of color aren’t at risk for skin cancer.
The American Cancer Society estimates that about one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
If you live in any of these states, you’ll need more sun protection.
The American Academy of Dermatology is marking Skin Cancer Awareness Month by asking, “Do you use protection?”
Caitlyn Jenner is raising awareness of skin cancer after unveiling her diagnosis earlier this year.
On the Friday before Memorial Day—and all summer long—protect yourself from the sun to reduce your skin cancer risk.
The right amount of the sunshine vitamin may reduce painful problems from excessive sunlight exposure.
Looking back on it, now I regret sacrificing fun in the sun simply because I was afraid of getting my hair wet. But, eventually, I wised up.
African-American skin may be more protected from sun’s dangerous rays than most, but misperceptions could be putting us at risk for cancer.
Think blacks don’t get skin cancer? Well, forget that myth and slather on some sun protection.
Parents, it’s time to remind your teens about the importance of sun protection.
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