Sailing, Tennis, Golf, Running……Sporting advice for those who want to get the most out of a sporting lifestyle, without risking sun damage and skin cancer. Avoid outdoor athletics between the peak sun hours of 10 AM and 4 PM, during Summer; wear protective clothing, hats, and UV-blocking sunglasses, and use a broad spectrum, sweat-resistant, SPF 15+ sunscreen, being careful to cover often-missed exposed spots such as the hands and the back of the neck.
"More than Skin deep" examines not only the medical and scientific aspects of skin cancer but also takes a look at the cultural, historical fashion related issues too. How did popularity develope in favour of the golden tan over natural skin colour?
This video is to increase the awareness of the importance of melanoma prevention and early detection, the immediate goal of this video is to educate young people and their caregivers about the importance of prevention and early detection of Melanoma Skin Cancer.
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Along with the clinical and charitable alliance Skin Cancer UK (SCUK) we the undersigned petition the Government to • introduce a mandatory, enforceable, policy on sun safety based on national guidelines for UV exposure for all schools • ensure the Sun SAFETY messages is mandatory in British schools and that school staff have a responsibility to ensure the sun safety of all children whilst at school
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Winter Indoor Tanners Beware – Aside from sunless tanning products, there is no such thing as a safe tan. In addition to avoiding tanning beds, everyone should protect themselves from the sun by covering up with clothing http://shop.suntrooper.com, seeking the shade and using sunscreen.
Just Four Annual Visits to an Indoor Tanning Salon Significantly Increases Skin Cancer Risk
The Skin Cancer Foundation Dispels Common Tanning Excuse
Nearly 30 million Americans who visit tanning salons each year may do so because they believe they look better with a tan. In fact, they are putting themselves at risk for skin cancer and premature skin aging. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is a proven human carcinogen, and is linked with a higher risk of all forms of skin cancer, including potentially deadly melanoma, the most common form of cancer among young adults ages 25-29 years old.
Multiple reports have documented the health risks associated with using UV-emitting tanning devices. With the help of this research, The Skin Cancer Foundation is dispelling some common tanning excuses.
Understanding the genetic basis of melanoma. An international study published today in Nature Genetics, has discovered two genetic variants that increase the risk of melanoma. Melanoma is not the most common type of skin cancer but it is one of … Continue reading →
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