What does the application of “Evidence Based Medicine” show us regarding the relationship between sunbed use and melanoma risk?
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A recent study explored the attitudes and beliefs of parents on sun exposure and UV protection in their young children.
Researchers have found that avoiding sun exposure may increase the risk for all-cause mortality in women.
In a recent ecological study, researchers have found a relationship between UV radiation and melanoma that suggests UV offers some level of protection against death from melanoma.
As reported, a new study finds a skin cancer diagnosis correlates with decrease risk of death later in life. Tom Weishaar provides a detailed look.
Does skin cancer protect against other diseases and death? New research published in the International Journal of Epidemiology says yes, maybe it does.
Researchers recently reviewed the evidence examining how vitamin D may prevent skin cancer. Dr Cannell explains the mechanisms.
Researchers discover that non-melanoma skin cancer is highly correlated with a reduction in risk of Alzheimer’s. What does Dr Cannell think?
Older people with nonmelanoma skin cancers may be less likely to develop Alzheimer’s, according to new research published in Neurology.
According to research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, when UV rays reach the skin, a compound that helps lower blood pressure is released into our blood vessels.