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While the Dangers of Sun Exposure are Widely Understood Americans Fall Short of Adequately Protecting Themselves from the Sun

...een , the dermatologist-recommended amount of sunscreen. This under-application of sunscreen could be the reason that 70% of adults reported getting sunburned at least once per year . Dr. Darrell S. Rigel, MD, Clinical Professor of Dermatology at New York University Medical Center, explains, "Under-a...

Burn rehabilitation experts at UT Southwestern outline best treatments for post-burn itching

.... "Every day on a scale of one to 10, it's about a 3 or a 4. If the moisturizing lotion wears off, if the skin dries and starts to flake and gets a sunburned look, it gets to 8 or 9 on the itch scale. It's pretty intense," Mr. Mashburn said. "If you've ever had a really bad case of poison ivy, that's what i...

Study Singles Out Beachgoers' Skin Cancer Risk

...t amount of sun protection. Those in class 2 ("tan seekers") had the second highest risk of skin cancer, had the highest proportion of women, became sunburned easily, intended to tan, had used tanning beds in past 30 days, and had the highest proportion of sunscreen coverage and the least clothing coverage. ...

Factors in Cancer Death Rates Stay Stagnant

... in the tanning booth) remains a major risk factor for different types of skin cancer. According to the report, 68.7 percent of youth reported getting sunburned during the summer, although only one-third reported using sunscreen all the time or often, not to mention other forms of protection (such as seeking s...

Cancer Death Rates Stay Stagnant

... in the tanning booth) remains a major risk factor for different types of skin cancer. According to the report, 68.7 percent of youth reported getting sunburned during the summer, although only one-third reported using sunscreen all the time or often, not to mention other forms of protection (such as seeking s...

American Cancer Society report details cancer prevention efforts

...rom 14.2% in Minnesota to 31.2% in Mississippi. UV radiation and protection behaviors More than two-thirds (68.7%) of youth reported getting sunburned during summer months. Sunburn rates were higher in youth with the most sensitive skin type (84.5%) and in girls (71.5%). In a national 2004 survey, ...

Don't Pout About Irritated Lips: Dermatologists Can Offer Top Tips to Help Keep Lips in Tip-Top Shape

...e air and lowers the humidity level, which can lead to dry skin and lips. At the other end of the weather spectrum, the intense summer sun can lead to sunburned or sun-irritated lips. "When working outdoors or engaging in sports, men and women should apply a lip balm with an SPF of 15 or higher year-round to...

Multiple skin cancer risk behaviors are common among US adults

...uent use of sunscreen with a sun-protection factor (SPF) of 15 or more; indoor tanning with a sunlamp or tanning bed within the past year; and getting sunburned within the past year. Collectively, skin cancer of all types is the most common cancer in the United States and the incidence has increased over th...

Age and Socioeconomic Factors Are Strongest Determinants of Sunburn

...us findings that younger adults continue to be the group most likely to get sunburned and, as a result, are at an increased risk for developing future skin cance...ad five or more drinks in one night within the past 30 days, reported being sunburned compared to only 35 percent of respondents who did not engage in binge drin...

Teens and women are more at risk of getting sunburned

...ippers, and indoor workers are more prone to sunburn than others. Maximum sunburn seems to occur at the age of 20 yrs, while more women volunteers got sunburned than their male counterparts. People who were more sun exposed were more sunburned, while exposure in the hours of 12 noon to 3 pm caused most sunburn...
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