The Verdict Is In: Sunscreen Helps Prevent Melanoma and Other Skin Cancers
Recent landmark research has conclusively proven the value of sunscreen use in preventing melanoma and other skin cancers. That is the strong assertion made in a commentary by Drs. June K. Robinson and Michael Bigby in the July 20 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Daily Sunscreen Use Cuts Melanoma Risk in Half, Study Finds
IN THE HEADLINES... Adults who use sunscreen daily can drastically reduce their risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, according to new landmark research from Australia. …
ABC News Covers Report on Vitamin A in Sunscreen
IN THE HEADLINES...
Recently, an independent analysis statement from prominent photobiologists was released refuting a report by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) alleging that sunscreens …
Q&A: The Truth About SPFs, Sunscreen Types, Protection
by Liz Szabo, Reprinted from the August 4, 2010 edition of USA Today
With an ever-growing number of sun-protection products on the market, many consumers wonder which offer the best defense …
When Sunscreen Safety Is Called Into Question
For years, dermatologists have told us sunscreen protects skin. Now, many people are questioning that advice after an environmental group challenged the safety of many popular brands. "Patients are …