The incidence of deadly melanoma on the head and neck has risen steadily in young adults and children.
A diet high in certain foods helps keep skin cells healthy, which researchers suspect may ward off squamous cell skin cancer.
Proper sun protection and good care is your best line of defense. But if trouble arises—do you know what to look for?
Hope Looyenga plans for a bright, cancer-free future.
If you're gearing up for a day in the sun, don't forget to moisturize your face—especially those areas around your eyes.
Winter is brutal enough without having a sunburn, itching back or cracked lips. Try these 8 tips to successfully tackle this perennial issue.
Protect yourself and your family from the deadly rays of the sun with these doctor-approved tips.
Try to stay out of the sun when its rays are strongest, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Less-invasive lymph node surgery has meant faster recovery for stage 3 melanoma patient Sally Coburn, who lives for the people she’s passionate about.
If melanoma is caught before it spreads to the lymph nodes, the survival rate is 99 percent.
Melanoma is the most common type of skin cancer in younger patients and affects mostly teenagers.
A rare cancer therapy gives a Michigan man a second chance at life.
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