Sunscreen is full of chemicals, but is making your own a safer option?
The proposed regulations could change what ingredients can go into the UV protecting products.
Your DNA likely plays a key role, but there are still things you can do for your skin.
Choosing the right brand can be intimidating if you aren't quite sure what you're looking for.
Some concern is beneficial but obsessing is often futile.
The bottom line: Cover up.
WE ARE ASTONISHINGLY GOOD AT CURING CHILDHOOD CANCER. WHY?
Knowing your vitamin D levels might not be as important as you think.
Sunless tanners work for the same reason a steak turns brown.
Scientists still haven't figured out what a safe level of sun exposure is.
They're the Best of What's New.
We're pretty bad at identifying which cancer risks make a difference
The Great Bambino's treatment came at a major turning point in medicine.
Personal care products can poison you, and women of color take on extra burdens.
But three out of four health agencies disagree.
Tap water contaminants could add over 15,000 additional cancer cases in California.
At least on skin samples in a lab.
Our fear of fevers made us terrified of even a slight increase in body temperature.
Coffee is just the beginning.
Here's why you'll be seeing that word a lot in the future
It's up to us to stay educated and informed on the products that keep us looking good.
Skin cancer is easy to prevent as long as you know what to look for.
The tons of excrement, urine and that mysterious blue liquid have to go somewhere.
Juries can blame a product for giving you cancer—but that doesn't mean it's true.