Lack of sunshine causes skin cancer, according to Andreas Moritz. In this video from 2009, he explains why being in the sun is actually good for you and your ...
This video addresses common misconceptions about sunscreen and skin cancer. A certain number of individuals believe that sunscreen causes skin cancer and ...
From Demystifying Medicine
Amy Hadley, R.N. at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, discusses the basics of skin cancer, including photographs and descriptions. Learn more about the risk factors for ...
From Mayo Clinic
http://mmedeiros.my90forlife.com/ Summer means you'll be out in the sun, exposed to its cancer-causing rays, right? Wrong! You'll be out playing, hiking, ...
From M Medeiros
While not all skin cancers and melanomas are caused by the sun, the dermatologist notes, sun exposure is a big risk factor.
From Rachael Ray Show
GrassrootsHealth Seminar December 2, 2008 - Can vitamin D help prevent certain cancers and other diseases such as type 1 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, ...
A short video by Sunsmart UK about the effects of UV and how it can cause skin cancer.
From ARC Window Films Ltd
Most of our adventures in TNP happen in the bright sun. That's a lot of UV. That's why we cover up. A by request video review, here I'll cover my favorite sun hats, ...
Read here: http://ghc.us/1r4 or watch this video to see Dr. Group expose harmful, toxic ingredients found in many sunscreens. Find out what chemicals to avoid ...
From Global Healing Center
Broad spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher (and water resistance) can help to prevent skin cancer, wrinkles, early skin aging, and sunburn.
From Track MTM
More than a third of cancers are related to preventable lifestyle issues, such as smoking, sun overexposure, being overweight and obese, poor nutrition, alcohol ...
From Cancer Council NSW
With summer weather upon protecting your skin is a must. Dr. Gale Burstein is here to address the importance of covering up to prevent skin cancer.
From WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY
Dr Rich Blake, for drblakeshealingsole, while on location in Maui emphasizes getting that sunscreen lotion all the way down to your toes to prevent skin cancers.
From Richard Blake
Facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul Stanislaw, discusses the importance of choosing the right sun protection products to help prevent overexposure that can lead to ...
Do you wear the correct sunscreen? Avoid tanning beds? Nebraska Medicine medical oncologist Alissa Marr, MD, shares tips to help prevent skin cancer.
From Nebraska Medicine