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Wait, Sunglasses Can Expire?

Keeping your skin shielded from the sun’s harmful rays can help protect against skin cancer, but there’s a little more to know about sunglasses than meets the eye. According to a new study your shades might be losing some of their UV-blocking power over time. Learn more here.

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Recognizing Skin Cancer

Melanoma kills one person every hour. Even though people with lighter skin are more likely to develop melanoma, a new study shows African Americans are more likely to die because of it. Read more here.

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Why Fall and Winter Are Prime Time to Pay Attention to Skin Cancer Risks

The risk of skin cancer doesn't go away with summer. Why fall and winter are important times to pay attention. Click here to watch.

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5 Signs of Skin Cancer Other Than a New Mole
While it's important to know the guidelines for identifying ... more>>>

Schools & Their Sunscreen Rules
News reports are full of stories about kids who come home blister... more>>>

Indoor tanning's popularity among teens going down, CDC says
Two new studies released by the CDC looked at the prevalence of ... more>>>

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