It was developed by four students from Canada.
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There's been an increase is the number of people who no longer feel that sunscreen is safe to use on a daily basis.
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A person with skin cancer in Australia is most likely to be a man aged over 55 years from Queensland, new research shows.
Prepare yourself for pollies dancing flirtatiously and Darren Chester in a bath.
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Not only is it the deadliest, but it's also the fourth most common cancer diagnosed in Australia.
That dark patch on your cheek that you thought was a healing sunburn could actually be the sign of a common, though little-known skin condition called melasma. Melasma causes brown or brownish-gray pa...
A nail artist is raising awareness of a lesser-known symptom of skin cancer which she discovered on a client's nail. The artist said she noticed one of her walk-in clients had a "straight dark vertica...
And he wants you to lather on the sunscreen.
This is the story the football world needed.
It's a sure way to reduce your skin cancer risk.
Get your skin checked, Australia. Roughy says so.
High levels of UV radiation in Australia means we have some of the most rigorous standards in the world.
Only 15 percent of us use the recommended amount of sunscreen.
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One person takes their own life every three hours.
'Make sure you wear a big hat.'
Redheads need to be especially diligent about staying out of the sun.
You thought we had one, didn't you?
The 29-year-old was diagnosed with melanoma earlier this month.
It's a bit more complicated than that.
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Our thoughts are with him and his family.
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