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Skin-Cancer Index


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  1. Are Redheads More Prone to Skin Cancer? By Stuart Simpson
    Everyone knows that redhead sunburn easier. But do they get skin cancer easier? New research indicates that the pigment in their skin may instigate cancer even if they donít suffer from sunburns. As you may have heard, getting sunburns in childhood is a risk factor for skin cancer, even later in life.Who is prone to sunburn? Of course if you have light colored eyes, hair and skin, you are at higher risk. This combination is frequent among redheads. Redheads have a different type of melan…


  2. Sun Exposure & UV Rays: The Basic Facts By Angela Perin
    The human body benefits from sun exposure. And a little bit of tan protects you from the sun. Right? Wrong!The body does indeed benefit from sun exposure. But a little bit of tan does not necessarily protect you from the sun. Letís see why.The sunís rays are a major source of vitamin D and help the bodyís systems acquire much needed calcium for building healthy bones. However, most people donít need to spend large amounts of time exposed to the sun in order to get their required amount of vita…


  3. Tanning Bed Lotions Can Help Prevent Skin Cancer By M.D. Stacener
    Know who would have that that a bull frog and a tanner had something in common. Well guess what, they do! The new Bullfrog Sunscreen Company offers a full line of sun and tanning bed lotions for residential and commercial use, to reduce your risk of tanning skin cancer. All of their products offer varying levels of sunscreen protection.This new sunscreen and sun tan lotion line is bragging about its extra features that are perfect for the world we live in today. Their products are especia…


  4. Skin Cancer: Keep Your Skin Safe By Jessica Deets
    There's more to prevention than you thinkStatistics surrounding skin cancer are astounding. More than one million new cases are diagnosed each year, more than all other cancers combined. This means that one in five people will have skin cancer in their lifetime. Despite this high number, Americans understand very little about how to prevent skin cancer, and actually take preventative measures even less. Understanding the types, cause, risks, and prevention of skin cancer is the best way to…


  5. Skin Cancer - A Reminder By John Roberts
    We need to get alerted: skin cancer is the most popular cancer. Every year, more than 1,000,000 skin cancer cases are diagnosed and tens of thousands of skin cancer patients die in the U.S. alone. The number of skin cancer exceeds that of all other cancers combined. Among more than 1 million of skin cancer cases, 100,000 are melanoma, the deadliest skin cancer and there is no cure for it.The skin cancer risk is more serious to the children because they are young and more susceptible, and they …


  6. Skin Cancer the Uncovered Truth By Damian Bennett
    Skin Cancer, Often UnderestimatedSkin cancer strikes an estimated three million people a year worldwide making it the most common of all types of cancer. We know the main cause of most skin cancer cases and we know how to prevent the vast majority of them. Yet still millions of people across the globe are ignoring the warnings and deliberately putting themselves at risk of developing a disease which can both maim and kill its victims.The difficulty in tackling many types of cancer lies in the …


  7. Increase in Solar Radiation and Skin Cancer of Pilots By Lance Winslow
    There has been a recent increase in the past decade of skin cancer among pilots; it is an interesting phenomena. Some say we have only recently noticed this because people are living longer and we are flying more international flights and planes are flying at higher altitudes. If you are a airline pilot or Military pilot check and see if what has been observed relates to your own personal observations.It has been noticed that more and more people have red faces than before. Especially pilots…


  8. The Skin Doesn't Forget By Randy Simor
    The end of winter, no more short, cold and dark days. Spring is finally here and summer is fast approaching. Hot days and lots of sunshine. But not all fun and sun. The hot sun can pose a great danger for our skin and our childrenís skin. In fact, one of the most important factors for feeling young and healthy is the way we take care of our skin during the summer months.Over the last century, ever-increasing rates of skin cancer have taken some of the greatest tolls on all age groups, youn…


  9. New Approach Prevents Skin Cancer Using Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) By William Nelson
    Every year there are more new cases of skin cancer than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined. One in 5 Americans will get skin cancer in their lifetime. 90% of skin cancers are caused by excessive sun exposure, yet fewer than 33 percent of adults, adolescents, and children routinely use sun protection.Cancer prevention and early detection techniques could eliminate up to 100,000 cancer cases and 60,000 US cancer deaths each year. New technologies in the evaluation and treat…


  10. Sunburn: Skin Cancer and Aging of the Skin By Angela Perin
    The experience of sunburn can be a very efficient (i.e. painful) reminder to heed adequate protection on future occasions. However more importantly, it should be a reminder of the long-term effects of sun exposure on our bodies and health Ė which can include aging of the skin and skin cancer.In order to more fully understand these consequences, letís take a look at exactly what sunburn is, its symptoms and its effect on the body.Sunburn results when the amount of exposure to the sun, or other …


  11. Melanin: Aging of the Skin and Skin Cancer By Diana Clarke
    "Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is responsible for 90% of the visible signs of aging on the skin of whites," says Dr. Michael J. Martin, former Assistant Clinical Professor in the Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at University of California, San Francisco.Blacks' skin, however, ages much slower.Why are most dark-skinned blacks protected from harmful UV rays? Because compared to whites, blacks possess more melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color.MelaninMelanin offers protection agains…


  12. Cancer Smart Bomb Research By Lance Winslow
    Do you remember the Smart Bomb footage of the Gulf Wars on CNN, where the bomb was launched and you watched on full video as the smart munitions flew thru someoneís window and exploded? Well, some really brilliant folks at MIT had an idea. A cancer drug which could go to a cancer cell and penetrate it like a sponge and then seal-a-meal itself in the cancerous region. Then go off and attack the cancerous region without hurting nearby cells. Wow. How did they do it? Using nano-articles, thatís h…


  13. Sunlight for Your Life By Dr. Jamie Fettig
    All life on the planet and everything in nature is dependent on the sun. Without the sun, there would be no life on the planet. All life is dependent on the sun. Plants convert the sunlight into energy, and all animals need plant life or other animals in order to live. All life in nature is dependent on the sun. We as humans are part of nature. We need sunlight just like everyone else.Sunlight is essential for your life and health. This often brings up the concern of skin cancer. People are to…


  14. Skin Cancer Prevention - Could Fish in Your Diet Make a Difference? By Liz Alderson
    Deramatology Researchers at Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester have uncovered exciting evidence that oily fish in your diet could help in the prevention of skin cancer.Omega 3 oils in fish have long been associated with health benefits in conditions such as poor concentration in children and protection against heart disease and dementia, but it now appears that these essential fatty acids protect the skin against the DNA damage that can cause skin cancer.Sun burn is a major factor in the devel…


  15. Sunburn, UV Overexposure & Skin Cancer: Prevention or Cure? By Angela Perin
    Overexposure to the sun and UV rays is rarely obvious at the time, -- and on many occasions, probably quite unintentional. However repeated exposure has rather more adverse long-term implications for our bodies and our health.Weíre all well aware of the more obvious and painful symptoms of sunburn including hot, red, tender skin Ė which in the case of a more heavy burn can also include blistering, peeling and dehydration.The damage that occurs beneath the skin as a result of sunburn is conside…






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