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Naturally Savvy.comSummer's T-shirts, shorts and swimsuits mean two things: people want to look fit and tanned. It might seem like a good idea to book a little time at the tanning salon to work on your "base," but a new study out of the University of Minnesota has...
The 33 NewsAfter a long winter, here comes the sun—and students on vacation. Many will bask until they burn, it's vacation sun that researchers call "intense intermittent sun exposure." Texas Health Resources dermatologist Dr. Peter Hino said he expects to...
McClatchy NewspapersWe've lauded the benefits of eating fish many times before in this column. Here's another reason to consider making fish a regular part of your diet: It may save you from skin cancer. A recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition looked at...
GreenspaceSomething strange is happening in the sunscreen aisle. Shelves that had been stocked with bottles claiming SPF, or sun protection factor, ratings of 30 now have products that trumpet SPF ratings of 55, 70, even 110+. But a new study......
San Francisco ChronicleOne April day after weeks of rain, Daniel Jiminez took a detour on his way to class: Dolores Park in San Francisco. He needed the sun. "I know what they say about skin cancer, but I just feel better when I'm warm and tan," said Jiminez, 24. "I'm sorry,...
Shield yourself from the sun's evil rays by following these easy tips from Women's Health: 1. Protect from the inside out Sun damage causes free radicals, which all edible antioxidants fight. But some work better at protecting against the sun's rays....
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At first glance, Hartford, Salt Lake City and Denver might not seem to have much in common. But a new survey by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) found these three cities outshine other U.S. cities in heeding dermatologists' advice on preventing...
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Moms At Work - Orlando SentinelThere are still a few more weeks left in the summer, and thousands of kids are being sent to summer camp. Here are 10 tips from the Hartford Courant that will help you protect your kids from the elements. 1. Sun and Heat Protection: Protecting campers...
FOX 5 San Diego ReporterThere are thousands of sunscreens on the market and most of them help prevent sunburn, but many don't provide effective protection against skin damage from UVA rays, according to a local dermatologist. Many people who head out into the sun lather with...
McClatchy TribuneEmergency-room professionals have their own name for the long, lovely, lazy days that kids look forward to in summer: trauma season. Because that's when hospitals see a spike in drownings and heat-related accidents. Here are some of the biggest...
WGN NewsFourth Annual Teb's Troops' March on Melanoma Chicago 5K Sunday, July 25 9:00 a.m. Montrose Harbor www.tebstroops.org Free skin screens by a dermatologist on a first come, first served basis Tips on melanoma detection and prevention: Limit or avoid...
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