A recent study conducted by the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Yale School of Public Health at Yale University in New Haven shows some rather intriguing correlations between consumption of coffee and skin health. Let’s dive into it:
People are getting older and older, when we are looking at previous generations. Reasons for that may be found in science and medicine, but people are also more aware of their own health. We are looking after ourselves in the way we live, eat our food and exercise. And good health starts with your skin. Why is that?
SkinVision’s app to detect melanoma Thanks to the always developing technology there are tools that can help detect skin cancer and also help you monitor
The new year is now here and 2015 will be a time to put more effort in the fight against melanoma (what is melanoma exactly?). And for this to succeed we’ll need awareness. Want to join us in this fight?
Melanoma, and other forms of skin cancer are generally considered ‘something you are most exposed to when you’re older’, which is a misconception. In fact, melanoma is the first (or second) most common cancer for young people. Read further for information about melanoma for your people.
Theresa from Queensland, Australia wrote to us with a heartwarming tale of her experience with Skinvision. Thank you for sharing your story with us:
There may be nothing new under the sun, but the level of UVB radiation reaching us from the sun is new every day. UVB causes tanning and sunburn as well as being responsible for freckles, age spots, moles and ultimately skin cancers such as deadly melanomas. While UVA levels remain constant in all environmental conditions, UVB levels vary according to the circumstances. Here are 6 steps to skin damage from the sun.