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A former indoor tanning enthusiast -- and skin cancer survivor -- tells those at a recent event for the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery that she wants to spread the message that indoor
The month of May is observed throughout the world as the Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
Tanning beds have been used commercially for decades and according to a new study published in JAMA Dermatology, an estimated one million people use them daily. Use of these beds has been considered a high cancer risk and their use is being restricted in many states.
Influenced by attacks on the indoor tanning industry that are not based in fact, many Canadians seem to be under the mistaken impression that sunbathing in a sunbed is somehow less safe than sunbathing
The Joint Canadian Tanning Association (JCTA) wants to let the Canadian public know there is a difference between professional indoor tanning facilities and self-serve and home tanning equipment.
Getting a tan from the sun was a bad idea; using a tanning bed to extend that tan is an even worse idea. Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 21, 2013 As the final
Indoor tanning appears to be common among non-Hispanic white female high school students and adults ages 18 to 34 years.
A recent US News and World Report article underscores the alarming rise in skin cancer rates and offers advice to protect oneself from sun damage. Dr.
A recent CBS News article explores various proposed steps to increase the safety of indoor tanning salons. Dr.
Preventing skin cancer by reducing use of indoor tanning devices requires a coordinated approach at the national, state, and local levels suggests a pair of papers by CDC authors in a special theme issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
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