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SKIN CANCER RISK
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6 Surprising Things That Increase Your Skin Cancer Risk
By Beth Levine, Grandparents.com
Skipping sunscreen and hitting the tanning beds aren't the only ways to increase your risk. Get to know all the risk factors, plus how you can stay cancer-free.
Simple Steps to Protect Yourself from Melanoma Skin Cancer
Jim T. Miller
Syndicated columnist, NBC Today contributor and creator of Sav...
Does skin cancer run in families? My 63-year-old brother died of melanoma last year, and I'm wondering about my risks of getting this. What can you tell me?
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Going Tanning At An Early Age Linked To Heightened Melanoma Risk
By Rachael Rettner, Live Science
Indoor tanning can have deadly consequences.
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11 Moles On Your Right Arm Means A Higher Risk Of Melanoma
Mo' moles = mo' problems.
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Study Suggests Mobile Devices Could Raise Skin Cancer Risk
By Kathryn Doyle, Reuters
A must-read for anyone who likes to read on their screens outdoors.
Eczema May Reduce Skin Cancer Risk, Study In Mice Suggests
Skin has been increasing worldwide over the last few decades, according to the World Health Organization. Globally, there
Skin Cancer May Raise Your Risk Of Other Cancers In The Future
Harvard researchers found that men who had been diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer have a 15 percent higher risk of
Skin Cancer In African Americans: Why You Shouldn't Ignore It
Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson
In honor of National Skin Cancer Awareness Month and the anniversary of Bob Marley's death, Dr. Jackson debunks some of the
Cancer Survivors Face Higher Melanoma Risk, Study Shows
"If melanoma is caught early, it's 100 percent curable," Bordeaux says. "But once it's more advanced and spreads to other
Driving May Contribute To Skin Cancer: Study
From USA Today: New research suggests that people in the USA are more likely to develop skin cancer, such as melanoma and
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The Dangers Of Indoor Tanning
Although tanning beds were labeled "carcinogenic for humans" by the International Agency for Research of Cancer and moved
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