Dermatologist shares five common sunscreen mistakes and offers tips to avoid them
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  June 13, 2019  
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   Dermatologist shares five common sunscreen mistakes and offers tips to avoid themDermatologist shares five common sunscreen mistakes and offers tips to avoid them
 
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, affecting one in five Americans in their lifetime. Yet according to dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology, most cases of skin cancer can be prevented by protecting your skin from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays.
 
   Blood test can assess effectiveness of treatment in patients with skin cancerBlood test can assess effectiveness of treatment in patients with skin cancer
 
Blood tests that track the amount of tumor DNA can - after only one month of drug therapy - detect how well treatment is working in patients with skin cancer, a new study finds. Led by researchers from NYU School of Medicine and Perlmutter Cancer Center, the study takes advantage of the nature of cancer cells, which die and are replaced by new cells continuously as part of aggressive cancer growth.
 
 New study shows how a kidney biopsy can be used to tailor treatment for lupus patients
 
New study shows how a kidney biopsy can be used to tailor treatment for lupus patientsThe kidneys of patients living with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) are often under assault, and not all those living with the disease will respond to standard treatment. A new report published in the journal Nature Immunology online May 20 shows how tissue samples from these patients can accurately predict those more likely than not to respond to therapy. SLE is a disease marked by the attack on joints, skin, and kidneys by the body's immune system.
 
 
 Immunotherapy is the most prominent topic in skin cancer research, report reveals
 
Immunotherapy is the most prominent topic in skin cancer research, report revealsA new report published today highlights the different research areas in the field of skin cancer, showing that immunotherapy is the most prominent topic and reveals the countries that are driving this research. The study, “Melanoma Research Insights: Impact, Trends, Opportunities”, released during Skin Cancer Awareness Month by information analytics business Elsevier, maps and analyses academic research on melanoma globally between 2013-2018.
 
 
 Young eczema sufferers infected with common skin bacterium are at higher risk of food allergy
 
Young eczema sufferers infected with common skin bacterium are at higher risk of food allergyIn a new study published today in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, scientists from King's College London have found that young children with severe eczema infected with Staphylococcus aureus bacterium, are at a higher risk of developing a food allergy.
 
 
 Adverse childhood experiences may contribute to poor health in adults with lupus
 
Adverse childhood experiences may contribute to poor health in adults with lupusAdults with lupus who report having had adverse childhood experiences, such as abuse, neglect and household challenges, report higher disease activity, depression and poorer overall health compared to those without such experiences, according to a study by researchers at UC San Francisco.
 
 
 Chickenpox vaccine lessens likelihood of pediatric shingles
 
Chickenpox vaccine lessens likelihood of pediatric shinglesChildren who receive the chickenpox (varicella) vaccine are significantly less likely to contract shingles, according to a new study led by researchers at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research published today in the journal Pediatrics.