Skin CancerInfo Center
Mole or Melanoma?
Some adults can have up to 40 moles. But when should you start worrying about skin cancer?
Staying Safe in the Summer Sun
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. What are you doing to protect your skin?
Sunscreen and Sun This Summer
Before you hit the beach or the lake this summer, follow these easy tips to keep yourself and your family sun-safe.
Summer Health Myths Debunked
Many of us grow up believing certain health and safety myths. Sometimes, these misconceptions are harmless. Other times, they can have serious consequences.
Summer Sun Safety
Do you ever wonder why your parents always nagged you about putting on sunscreen? This summer, take some time to learn more about sun safety.
Cancer Rx Can Now Treat Adolescents
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded the uses for a common skin cancer medication.
Sun Safety for Melanoma Survivors
Most melanoma survivors reported that they limited their sun exposure, but some said they got suntans and even sunburns, according to a new study.
The Case for Age Restrictions on Tanning
Placing age restrictions on tanning bed use could save thousands of lives, according to a new study.
Shedding Light on Popular Sunscreens
Some popular sunscreen brands may not adhere to sun safety guidelines laid out by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), a new study found.
Checking Your Skin for Cancer
Through a skin self-examination, patients with melanoma, along with their partners, can enhance early detection of new, recurrent melanoma, according to a new study.