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  • Where Your Money Goes

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    Donating to The Skin Cancer Foundation Will Help Support:

    SkinCancer.org: The Foundation's website reaches people around the world with nearly ten million visits annually. The site includes 600 … more

  • Choosing Sunglasses For Your Kids

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    Did you ever notice how cute kids are in sunglasses?  Like those "fashion statement" sunglasses with a cool super-hero look or trimmed in teddy bear faces? More importantly, sunglasses may save … more

  • Can Your Diet Help Prevent Skin Cancer?

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    Growing evidence shows that foods high in certain nutrients may indeed help — and certainly can’t hurt.

    By Deborah S. Sarnoff, MD, and Danielle Gerome Photographs by Johnny Miller

    You see your … more

  • Essential Outdoor Sun Safety Tips for Winter

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    Winter sports enthusiasts are at increased risk for overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The combination of higher altitude and UV rays reflected by the snow puts skiers and … more

  • Serving in the Sun

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    When her brother-in-law, a West Point officer, returned from deployment in Iraq with sun damage, Jennifer Powers, MD, had a hunch that our troops are not being properly protected from skin cancer. … more

  • Seal of Recommendation

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    The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation is granted to sun protection products that have been reviewed by and meet the specific criteria of a volunteer Photobiology Committee. The Seal … more

  • The Glaring Need for Sun Safety in Schools

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    by Jeff Ashley, MD

    Imagine having a child stricken with xeroderma pigmentosum, a genetic disease causing extreme susceptibility to sun-induced skin cancer.

    Now imagine being told by the child’s … more

  • ASK THE EXPERT: Are my eyes at risk for sun damage?

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    By Rene Rodriguez-Sains, MD

    Rene Rodriguez-Sains, MD is an ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeon, ophthalmic oncologist, and ophthalmologist. He is an associate professor and chief of … more

  • Sunlight and 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

  • Your Skin's Warning Signs

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    Caught early, almost all skin cancers are curable. But if not detected and treated promptly, they can cause disfigurement and even death. Check your skin head-to-toe every month, become familiar … more

  • How to Choose the Right Sunscreen for Your Skin Type

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    By Ritu Saini, MD, and Andrea Szemplinski, MS, RPA-C

    Skin cancers are more prevalent than ever: one out of every five Americans will get skin cancer at some point in their lives, and the disease … more

  • Personalized Skin Protection: The Impact of Skin Pigmentation On Melanoma Formation

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    Elisabeth M. Roider, MD

    David E. Fisher, MD, PhD

    Department of Dermatology Cutaneous Biology Research Center Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School Charlestown, MA

    Melanoma is the … more

  • Sephora Donates $690,000 to The Skin Cancer Foundation From the Sale of Its 2013 Sun Safety Kit

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    San Francisco, CA (January 15, 2014) – Sephora USA announced today that it has donated $690,000 to The Skin Cancer Foundation, a result of the sale of its 2013 edition of the Sun Safety Kit, for … more

  • A Haircut Could Save Your Life

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    by Deborah S. Sarnoff, MD

    “Dr. Sarnoff, are you aware that you have a black spot on your scalp?” asked Manolita, the woman washing my hair. Here I was in the same salon, in the same chair, with my … more

  • Run from the Sun

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    Bob Manning, 59, is the Executive Director of Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley. He's also a lifelong runner, and as "Anyone who's been to a track meet knows, you're there from 8 AM to 6 PM. And … more