Researchers suggest that teaching tattoo artists identify basic signs of skin cancer can help in identifying at early stage.
Want a perfect tan with complimentary skin cancer? Then book a tanning bed session.
The study suggests that a small glass of white wine a day could increase the risk of skin cancer by 13 percent.
Have you noticed a mole in your body that is changing in size and appearance? This may signify something.
Experts advise to choose and use sunscreen carefully to protect your skin from being damaged that may also cause skin cancer.
Summer means time in the sun -- but hopefully, not too much time, for health reasons.
A potential cancer drug called Keytruda can treat Melanoma, a skin cancer. It is also tested now for treating other hard-to-treat cancer types.
The U.S. Food and Drug (FDA) recently proposed a rule that would ban minors from using tanning beds-requiring anyone under 18 to sign a waiver regarding health risks at the first session and then every six months following.
Scientists have taken a closer look at dietary patterns and have found that frequent consumption of citrus, such as whole grapefruit and orange juice, may be associated with an increased risk of melanoma.
Many Americans are well aware that wearing sunscreen can help protect against premature aging and skin cancer, but a new study shows that many have relatively no clue about the indications that sunscreen labels represent.
Statistics show that melanoma rates are significantly higher among young adults since the 1970s. More specifically, researchers found a 250 percent increase, with young women appearing to be at highest risk for the health issue and accounting for roughly two-thirds of cases diagnosed in 2011, accord...
Researchers at the University of Sydney have found that certain vitamin supplements may help protect against skin cancers in people who are prone to the disease. More specifically, the study showed that a form of vitamin B3 yielded a 23 percent lower risk of developing skin cancers when compared to ...