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Indoor Tanning Associated with Multiple Sunburns, and Avoidance of Sun Protection and Skin Cancer Screening

According to a study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Dermatology, individuals who frequently tan indoors are more likely to sunburn, and avoid sun protection and skin cancer screening, and therefore have a risk for skin cancer beyond that attributable to indoor tanning alone. Read more here.

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Apply and reapply sunscreen for thorough protection

Applying sunscreen is the best way to protect against skin cancer. However, it will fail to protect you adequately if it is applied too thinly or not frequently enough. Learn more here.

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Eight myths about sun protection debunked

There are many myths about skin cancer and sun protection, knowing fact from fiction will help you reduce your cancer risk and protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun. Click here to read more.

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5 Signs of Skin Cancer Other Than a New Mole
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Schools & Their Sunscreen Rules
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Indoor tanning's popularity among teens going down, CDC says
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