Odds are you won't see a shark or jellyfish on your next trip to the beach, but here's what you should know just in case.
Use these strategies and products to protect your face and body this season.
Longer days, lighter nights, and more um, worrying. Yup, it's summer.
Today is the National Counsel on Skin Cancer Prevention's fourth-annual Don't Fry Day.
Be aware of sun-related dangers, ranging from sunburn to sunstroke, before you head outside.
While there are plenty of ways to minimize sun damage the surest way to avoid rays is to head indoors for the afternoon.
Take a look at the different kinds of ultraviolet rays and what you can do to protect yourself from them.
Young adults commonly engage in behaviors that increase their risk of skin cancer.
Just when you thought you had your sunscreen routine under control, the Food and Drug Administration had to go and change everything.Don’t worry—it’s good news!
Tips on finding a sunscreen that guards from UV rays but does not contain potentially dangerous chemicals.
Fair-skinned children, teens and young adults should learn about ways to reduce their risk of skin cancer from their primary care doctors, a government-appointed panel of experts recommends.
Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about protecting yourself from damaging rays, we uncovered some sneaky sun-care truths.
Before you soak up the summer sun, take this sun safety quiz to find out whether or not you’re keeping your skin healthy.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. Most skin cancers respond to treatment, but not all of them. Fortunately, many skin cancers can be prevented. You just have to be sun-savvy.
After more than 30 years, the FDA has announced new regulations for sunscreen. But how do these rules protect consumers?
Your risk of developing Parkinson's disease and certain kinds of cancer may be decreased simply by going to the beach.
We've all had those lazy moments where we've waited a bit too long to put on some SPF products, dug a bottle of sunscreen out of the cabinet from last year, or completely forgot to bring the sunhat along.
A leading sunscreen researcher explains how sunscreen protects skin.
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