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Sunless Summer 

How did we get from New Year’s Day to Memorial Day so super fast?? Seems we were just putting away the Christmas decorations, and now we are planning our holiday around cool drinks, lawn chairs and sunscreen! 437 more words

Skin Care

Nearly Half of All Sunscreens Fail to Meet their SPF Claims - a view from the US

Go ahead and opt for the higher SPF because it may not be as strong as you might think. A new study by Consumer Reports found that 43% of the 60 sunscreens tested failed to meet the SPF claim on the label. 18 more words

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Must Watch: Dear 16 Year Old Me

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month.

This powerful message never gets old. Please take a few moments to watch and share with your loved ones. Thank you to dcmf.ca.

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Seton offering free skin cancer screenings

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Seton Healthcare system is hosting its 29th annual city-wide skin cancer screening on Saturday.

The screenings are being held at University Medical Center Brackenridge from 8 a.m. 57 more words

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Minimizing Skin Cancer Risks

Now that warm weather is here, many of us are spending more time outdoors exercising or taking care of yard work. Whether spending the day outside, or just taking care of a few chores, it’s important to protect your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. 403 more words

Disease

Simple Steps to Prevent and Detect Melanoma/Skin Cancer

Summer is right around the corner and where there is more sun, there is often more skin exposure. May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month and we are going to look at some ways you can prevent and detect skin cancer. 433 more words

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How Sunscreen May Be Destroying Coral Reefs

A new study published in the journal Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, found that Oxybenzone, a common ingredient found in 3,500 brands of sunscreen worldwide is toxic to coral reef, which has led to the decline of reefs around the world. 265 more words

Medical Research