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New research finds that people who use any type of tanning bed for any amount of time are 74% more likely to develop melanoma.
A survey from the AAD highlights that many people still display confusion about the effects of sun exposure, displaying the need to talk to clients about sun-safe alternatives.
Recent findings indicate that people with a history of nonmelanoma lesions have twice the risk of developing other cancers later in life, so prevention is crucial.
John Bailey, chief scientist of the Personal Care Products Council, has released a statement in response to the 2010 Environmental Working Group (EWG) Sunscreen Report.
On Wednesday, May 26, 2010, FDA experts will host a 30-minute online session and invite questions from the public on the risks of using tanning beds and other tanning devices.
The AAD releases its Suntelligence ranking. Does your city have what it takes to be sun safe?
A recently released survey shows that despite consumers' knowledge of the dangers of sun, many still don't practice safe sun behaviors.
Summer's coming! Learn exactly how to identify the correct SPF for your clients using these helpful tips.
William D. James, MD, FAAD, president of the American Academy of Dermatology, testified before the FDA on March 25 about indoor tanning devices, and also released a statement on the health care reform bill's indoor tanning tax.