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Save Your Skin - Summer Sun Tips

Did you know that one in every five Americans will develop skin cancer, the most common cancer in the United States? Here are six suggestions that can help save your skin:

5 Summer Sun Safety Tips

The benefits of the sun are wonderful, but overexposure can lead to some dangerous health issues. These five simple rules can help you enjoy the sunshine without risking your health:

Sun Safety for Darker Skin

Hey beachgoer, did you pack your sunscreen? While you may think you don’t need sunscreen, or to reapply as often, people of color can still get sunburned as well as develop skin cancer.

Stay Safe in the Sun to Prevent Melanoma

With more than 9,000 Americans dying of melanoma each year, it is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Check out these preventive tips:

Six Steps to Sun Safety

Did you know that one in every five Americans will develop skin cancer, the most common cancer in the United States? Here are six suggestions that can help save your skin.