Despite an abundance of advice to use sunblock, sometimes sunburn happens.
There isn't much evidence to conclusively prove that daily sunscreen use can prevent most skin cancers, a research review concludes.
This summer's must-reads aren't romances or thrillers; they're the warning labels and package inserts for your drugs and supplements.
New smartphone applications help detect cancerous moles and warn users about dangerous UV rays
Sunscreen is crucial protection for anyone spending time outside, but sometimes it doesn’t do the trick.
It’s no secret that you should wear sunscreen every single day (rain or shine!) to prevent premature aging and reduce your risk of skin cancer.
Dermatologists tout sunscreen for its ability to prevent signs of aging and protect against skin cancer.
Pro football Hall of Famer Troy Aikman sits down with Dr. Manny to talk about his battle against melanoma, the most dangerous type of skin cancer
Jessica Alba’s Honest Company has come under fire from customers who say one of its sunscreens doesn’t protect against the sun’s harmful UV rays.