Skin CancerSkin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States but, when caught early, it has a 98 percent cure rate. Spot it now.
Troy Aikman Talks About "Melanoma Just Got Personal" InitiativeTroy Aikman won three Super Bowl titles during his 12-year career as a quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys. Now, the Pro Football Hall of Famer is hoping to help people learn more about the treatment and prevention of melanoma skin cancer.
Summertime & Common Misconceptions About SunscreenProlonged exposure to sun’s ultraviolet rays can cause skin cancer, but it can be prevented by simply wearing sunscreen.
Dermatologist Offers Free Skin Checks
May Is Melanoma Awareness MonthAfter the long winter, it’s not a surprise everyone is gearing up to enjoy some fun outdoors this summer. Before heading out to catch some rays, think about protecting your skin.
"Gotta Hat It" Fundraiser Raising Skin Cancer AwarenessMay is Melanoma Month and some local celebrities are joining with DermOne to fight the most common form of cancer in the U.S, skin cancer.
Early Diagnosis Key To Fighting Skin CancerMore than 3.5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year. But it is something that can be overcome if any changes to the skin are detected and treated early.
Hugh Jackman Treated For Skin CancerHugh Jackman took to social media on Thursday to reveal that he recently had skin cancer removed from his nose. His wife had urged him to get a "mark" checked out.
The Risks Of Sun Exposure And How To Protect Your Skin This SummerNow that sun exposure is considered a cancer risk on the same level with tobacco and asbestos, it's time to get serious about protecting yourself.
Study: Arsenic Levels High In Texas RiceConsumer Reports found significant levels of arsenic in apple juice earlier this year, and now, the magazine has a new study, showing many brands of rice also contain the toxin.
Study Says Caffeine Cuts Skin Cancer RiskTo protect against skin cancer, doctors typically recommend smart sun habits like wearing sunscreen or staying indoors. A new study might add drinking coffee to the mix.