Having sun-safe summer fun by protecting your skin

Spending time outside in the summer is a great way to stay active, reduce stress and get vitamin D. It's also important to make sure your skin is protected during your time outdoors.


Video: Tips for protecting babies from harmful UV rays

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S., and it only takes one blistering sunburn during childhood or adolescence to nearly double a person's chance of developing melanoma later in life, according to the American ...


How to stay sun-safe this summer

Clear skies, warm days and free time set the stage for more people being active during the approaching summer months. A dermatologist at Baylor College of Medicine reminds outdoor enthusiasts about the importance of protecting ...

Oncology & Cancer

Military service can bring melanoma danger

U.S. military veterans, especially those who served in the Air Force, are at high risk for one of the deadliest skin cancers, melanoma.


Sunscreen: Why wearing it even in winter could be a good idea

Sunscreen has taken center stage in many skincare routines, especially among those hoping to prevent visible signs of aging. But while it makes sense to wear sunscreen every day in the summer when the sun's rays are most ...

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