Certain types of skin are at greater risk for developing sun damage and skin cancer. Your skin type is one of the main factors in your risk for skin cancer. There are six skin phototypes, going from light to dark.
The Sun: A Construction Site Hazard for Outdoor Workers
Construction laborers, who often work out-of-doors, are at a high risk for skin cancer. However, one labor organization has taken steps to educate and protect its workers on the risks of …
Skin Types and At-Risk Groups
Certain types of skin are at greater risk for developing sun damage and skin cancer. Do you know your skin type? Check out our photos and descriptions to find the one that best matches your skin. …
Men and Skin Cancer: Solving the Knowledge Gap
It turns out that men's infamous indifference to skin care may often just be a knowledge gap. Once they're filled in, new research shows, they can be mobilized to take an active, effective role in …
A “Sunscreen Gene”?
Why do some people seem to be resistant to skin cancer, while many of us (who regularly visit SkinCancer.org) seem prone to it?
Turns out there’s a gene that’s at least …