SKIN CANCER RATES CONTINUE TO INCREASE

Dr. Anne Chapas, a dermatologist at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, said there are a couple of theories as to why skin cancer rates continue to increase.

“We…have a more mobile society – cheap flight to islands…more outdoor and leisure activities,” Chapas told FoxNews.com. “Even in the winter people are getting tan.”

“Sunscreen is an important part of a comprehensive skin care program, but it’s not the only step,” Chapas said.


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