Knowing your vitamin D levels might not be as important as you think.
A question every pale person wants answered
WE ARE ASTONISHINGLY GOOD AT CURING CHILDHOOD CANCER. WHY?
The bottom line: Cover up.
Choosing the right brand can be intimidating if you aren't quite sure what you're looking for.
The proposed regulations could change what ingredients can go into the UV protecting products.
Sunscreen is full of chemicals, but is making your own a safer option?
They're the Best of What's New.
Sunless tanners work for the same reason a steak turns brown.
To reduce wrinkles and treat skin conditions
Scientists still haven't figured out what a safe level of sun exposure is.
The underwater fluorescent rainbow isn't just a tourist attraction
Short answer: Skin protects itself, hair doesn't.
At least on skin samples in a lab.
Some concern is beneficial but obsessing is often futile.
Skin cancer is easy to prevent as long as you know what to look for.
Your DNA likely plays a key role, but there are still things you can do for your skin.
Sadly, there's nothing we can do about it—yet
Never underestimate the mind of a 10-month-old.
Wireless, biometric sensors give preemies more freedom and needed mom time
One of ten brilliant innovations from our 2015 Invention Awards
Sorry, steak fans.
Excerpt: Gross Anatomy