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Researchers develop personalized and low-cost wearable UV sensors

Researchers develop personalized and low-cost wearable UV sensors

Normal skin is more resilient to cancer than previously thought

Normal skin is more resilient to cancer than previously thought

Researchers discover mechanism that steers growth of cancer cells in melanoma and liver cancer

Researchers discover mechanism that steers growth of cancer cells in melanoma and liver cancer

Researchers assess characteristics and skin cancer risk behaviors of sunless tanners

Researchers assess characteristics and skin cancer risk behaviors of sunless tanners

Regular sunscreen use protects young people from melanoma

Regular sunscreen use protects young people from melanoma

Ways to stay safe while camping and hiking

Ways to stay safe while camping and hiking

Few tips to help avoid sunburns in summer

Few tips to help avoid sunburns in summer

Ways to reduce your chances of getting skin cancer

Ways to reduce your chances of getting skin cancer

Skin tone makes big difference in diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic conditions

Skin tone makes big difference in diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic conditions

Dermatologist gives tips to safely use stick and spray sunscreen

Dermatologist gives tips to safely use stick and spray sunscreen

Sunscreen pills are fake says FDA

Sunscreen pills are fake says FDA

Extra sunlight in late summer could help reduce severity of flu season

Extra sunlight in late summer could help reduce severity of flu season

Generic skin cream may reduce squamous cell carcinoma risk

Generic skin cream may reduce squamous cell carcinoma risk

Family members who do not carry inherited mutation have higher risk of melanoma

Family members who do not carry inherited mutation have higher risk of melanoma

Cornell study reveals how UV radiation triggers melanoma

Cornell study reveals how UV radiation triggers melanoma

CWRU professor wins $3.9 million NIH grant to identify countermeasures against chemical hazards

CWRU professor wins $3.9 million NIH grant to identify countermeasures against chemical hazards

Abnormal eating schedules affect skin’s protection from harmful UV rays of the sun

Abnormal eating schedules affect skin’s protection from harmful UV rays of the sun

UAB specialists offer tips on eye safety while viewing the eclipse

UAB specialists offer tips on eye safety while viewing the eclipse

Shark scavenging behavior helps scientists identify marks on human bones

Shark scavenging behavior helps scientists identify marks on human bones

Harris Health System expert offers guidance to prevent drug-induced photosensitivity

Harris Health System expert offers guidance to prevent drug-induced photosensitivity