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Beat the heat – and protect your skin from the sun


With temperatures high across the country, Joyce Teng, MD, director of pediatric dermatology at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and a clinical associate professor at Stanford, has some reminders on how people can protect themselves against the sun. Her tips and some factoids - including the fact that 75,000 new cases of melanoma are expected in 2013 - are included in a release and the infographic (link to .pdf) above.

Previously: Working to protect athletes from sun dangers, As summer heats up take steps to protect your skin, Stanford study: Young men more likely to succumb to melanoma,
How ultraviolet radiation changes the protective functions of human skin and Working to prevent melanoma

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