Top-selling Sunscreens May Not be Beneficial

As reported by a new study, virtually 40% of popular sunscreens fall short of the American Academy of Dermatology’s standards. The research revealed that prominent products from in vogue brands such as Neutrogena and Eucerin failed to meet the academy’s sunscreen recommendations, as a result of their inability to withstand water. Dermatologists “are often asked… Read More »

Young Women Developing Melanoma: Is Indoor Tanning to Blame?

A large retrospective case-control study revealed that women with a Melanoma diagnosis prior to age 30 presented with an almost 100% history of indoor suntanning facility use. Amongst the 63 youngest women who presented with Melanoma diagnoses, 61 had a history of indoor tanning. Younger women reported earlier and more frequent use of indoor tanning… Read More »