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There’s a “strong case for an association” between the drug azathioprine and the development of a common type of skin cancer, say researchers in the U.K.
The Mediterranean diet—rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids—can help lower your risk of developing skin cancer.
What to know about this risk factor for melanoma and whether it can affect future generations.
Here's what you should know about getting the follow-up care after surgery for melanoma, and why it's important for preventing or spotting recurrances.
Your melanoma treatment is over. Now what? Here’s what you should know about follow-up care and life as a melanoma survivor.
Learn more about the basics of melanoma and if you might be at risk.
If you’re frequently behind the wheel, here’s how to reduce your risk of skin cancer and cataracts.
All adults should check themselves from head to toe monthly for suspicious moles. Here are two quick tricks that can help.
Energy-efficient compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) emit very low levels of ultraviolet A (UV-A) rays, the kind that penetrate to the deeper layers of the skin.
Though melanoma is the rarest form of skin cancer, it is also potentially the most deadly.