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Only four percent of skin cancers are melanoma, but it accounts for three-quarters of all skin cancer-related deaths.
If you’ve had a melanoma, you must be vigilant about protecting your skin from the sun and examining it frequently for changes.
The combination of sun and medication and can result in a red, itchy, painful sunburn. Here’s what else can cause photosensitivity and how to find relief.
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.
Aging affects the skin in ways you can’t always see in the mirror. These skin disorders can sometimes be serious enough to affect your quality of life.
Knowing the symptoms of stage 4 melanoma can help you recognize any alarming changes in your condition.
Sun exposure is the most preventable risk factor for skin cancer. Here’s what you can do to reduce your risk.
Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer. Its incidence has doubled in the past 30 years, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
This form of skin cancer occurs under the nail, usually on the thumb or big toe. Here’s what to look for.