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  • Sun-Safe Babies

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    Parents’ instinct is to protect their infants and toddlers from harm. Yet our experts report that too many babies are getting tans and sunburns. Here, we offer their simple tips to prevent damage … more

  • E-Health Tools For Melanoma Screening

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    Where We Are and How We Can Improve

    Ashley Crew, MD Assistant Professor of Dermatology Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

    Abhilashi Tyagi, BS Keck School of … more

  • EHE International Showcases The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Go with Your Own Glow™ Anti-Tanning Campaign in Rockefeller Center

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    Thanks to a generous donation, the Foundation’s awareness message is showcased for the second consecutive year

    New York, NY (August 4, 2015) – The Skin Cancer Foundation’s anti-tanning PSA … more

  • Repair (and Even Reverse) Signs of Sun Damage

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    Are you concerned about wrinkles, brown spots, and leathery skin? Following some simple guidelines from The Skin Cancer Foundation can help you repair and possibly even reverse these signs of skin … more

  • A Message from the President — Fall 2013

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    As the end of summer vacation nears and most of us return to our regular daily routines, it’s easy to think that the need for sun protection is coming to an end as well. With our children back in … more

  • How to Talk to Your Teen About Tanning

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    The Foundation talked to Amy Wechsler, MD, board-certified in psychiatry and dermatology, about how to communicate effectively with teens and tweens about tanning.

    It’s tremendously important to … more

  • What Is Sun-Safe Clothing?

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    What’s the best way to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays (UVR), given that we need to work, travel, and sometimes play outside? Clothing is the most basic and generally the … more

  • Working at Sun Safety

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    If you earn your living outdoors, your sun exposure and risk of skin cancer skyrocket. Our Houston-based experts offer tips on how to save your skin. 

    By KEYAN MATINPOUR, MD, CHETAN VEDVYAS, MD, … more

  • Sun Fitness for Kids and Teens

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    You want your children to have an active and healthy lifestyle, with plenty of outdoor exercise. But what about the risk of skin damage? Don't live your life inside — you and your family can be fit … more

  • Dress for Sun Success This Summer

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    As an everyday barrier between the sun and your skin, clothing can absorb or reflect much of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. It is the simplest, and often the most effective, form of … more

  • For Your Eyes

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    Whether we view them as the windows to the soul or a good backdrop for our eye shadow, our eyes are obviously of incredible importance – for most, they represent the most cherished of all our … more

  • Sun Safety at School

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    by Janice Clark Young, EDD, CHES, and Brenda S. Goodwin, MS

    The risk of skin cancer begins with a child’s first exposure to sunlight. The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation damages the skin, eyes, … more

  • Know Your Skin, Save Your Life

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    Here’s a lifesaving tip: Make a date with your skin once a month. Perform a skin self-exam from the crown of your head down to the soles of your feet. By familiarizing yourself with all of your … more

  • Your Winter Face

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    As the temperature keeps dropping, you may be bundled up nicely against the cold; but are you sun protected? No matter how many layers we wear, one part of the body – the head and neck area – tends … more

  • Hats: Stylish and Sun Protective

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    by Patricia Underwood

    I am captivated by hats. After many years as a millinery designer I still find myself continually thinking about them and all they can do. What intrigues me is their perfect … more