skin cancer

Doctors Warn Trendy 'Sunburn Art' Isn't SafeFrom flowers and hearts to the Batman logo, people are wearing designs that look like temporary tattoos...
How Young Is Too Young To Wear Sunscreen? Doctors Weigh InParents should twice before slathering that SPF 50 on a baby.
Free Skin Cancer Screenings Offered WednesdayA group of metro Detroit doctors is working to save lives with free skin cancer screenings.
Older Men, Not Just Teen Girls, At Higher Risk For Skin CancerIt may seem like all the warnings about skin cancer are aimed at teen girls, but America's dermatologists say there's another group at high risk for deadly melanoma.
May Is Melanoma Awareness MonthAfter the long winter, it’s not a surprise everyone is gearing up to enjoy some fun outdoors this summer. Before heading out to catch some rays, think about protecting your skin.
Time For A Full-Body Check! It's Melanoma MondayGetting naked today could save your life.
Fundraising Event Highlights Skin Cancer DangersYou may think skin cancer only happens after decades in the sun or in tanning beds, but younger people get the diagnosis, too.
The Risks Of Sun Exposure And How To Protect Your Skin This SummerNow that sun exposure is considered a cancer risk on the same level with tobacco and asbestos, it's time to get serious about protecting yourself.
Enjoy The Sun, But Watch Those Damaging RaysDoctors who treat skin cancer designated the first Monday in May as a day to remind everyone about their risk for the disease.
UM Offers New Skin Cancer Mobile AppA new free app developed at the University of Michigan Health System allows users to create a photographic baseline of their skin and photograph suspicious moles or other skin lesions, walking users step-by-step through a skin self-exam.
Checking For Skin Cancer? There's An App For ThatIf a mole appears to be changing or growing, the photos can then be shared with a dermatologist to help determine whether a biopsy is necessary.
Sunny Skies And Warm Temps Mean It's Time For Extra Skin ProtectionDermatologist Henry Lim says look for unusual skin growths.