Skin cancer isn’t caused only by the sun…and it most certainly is not only a “summer thing.” There are all kinds of risk factors for skin cancer—some quite shocking.
What you must do: The Bottom Line Guide to Skin Cancer: Prevention, Detection and Treatment gives you critically important information for how to avoid ever getting this disease, how to make sure your doctor thoroughly checks all the places where it might appear (including some you’d never think of)—and how to increase your chances for the best possible recovery if you do get skin cancer. For instance, we tell you about the cancer danger from your desk lamp (if it has this kind of lightbulb)…a popular drug that raises risk for deadly melanoma by 92%…the lifesaving conversation you should have with your hairdresser or barber…how a delicious beverage (you’re probably already drinking it) can protect against skin cancer…how to avoid disfiguring scars if you need facial surgery for melanoma…and lots more.
Read below about other ways—besides sun protection—to avoid skin cancer. It could save your life.
Other Places Danger Lurks…
Do Energy-Saving Lightbulbs Give You Skin Cancer?
What Smoking Does to Your Skin
Your Hairdresser Can Help Catch Cancer
Melanoma of the Eye Is More Common Than You’d Guess
Deadly Melanoma: Best Prevention, Detection and Treatment Breakthroughs
Melanoma: Not Just a Summer Disease
Alcohol: The Drink That’s Linked to Deadly Melanoma Skin Cancer
Viagra Linked to Melanoma Skin Cancer Risk
Friendly Way to Identify Skin Cancer
5 Cups of Coffee a Day Can Be Good for You!
Face-Saving Skin Cancer Surgery
What the New Sunscreen Labels Really Mean
Eat Chicken Soup and Other Secrets to Healthier Skin