SUN SAFETY SURVEY OF PRESCHOOLS AND DAY CARE CENTERS
- Joining forces to fight skin cancer. // Dermatology Times;Oct98, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p25
Announces that physicians at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill have joined efforts to adopt a team approach in fighting skin cancer in the United States. Components of the cancer fighting team; Hallmark of skin cancer.
- What's Your Skin Cancer Fate? // Self;Jun2010, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p94
The article offers tips to avoid skin cancer. It advises to work out in the early morning or evening, when the sun is at its weakest as Melanoma, the most aggressive skin cancer, often arises from a severe sunburn. Avoid, as far as possible, cross-country flights as it generates 2 to 5 millirems...
- Recommendations Regarding Skin Cancer Prevention from the Community Preventive Services Task Force. // MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;5/23/2014, Vol. 63 Issue 20, p452
The article discusses the highlights of the Community Preventive Services Task Force's recommendations to prevent skin cancer as interventions for child care centers, primary and middle schools, high schools and colleges, tourism settings, mass media and outdoor occupational or recreational areas.
- Body & soul. // Campus Life;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p61
Presents tips on how to prevent sunburn. Guidelines in using sunscreen; Skin tips for oily skin.
- new products. // Dermatology Times;Mar2012, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p122
The article offers brief information on several skin care products including Auspect MD skincare solutions from Auspect MD, Cellure Rework eye treatment from Cellure, and Picato gel from Leo Pharma Inc.
- Current patterns of the sun protection measures adopted by nurses and the risk factors influencing their compliance. Brokalaki, Hero; Patelarou, Evridiki; Vardavas, Constantine; Elefsiniotis, Ioannis S.; Giakoumidakis, Konstantinos A.; Brokalaki, Eirini // Open Journal of Nursing;Dec2011, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p43
The incidence of skin cancer is increasing worldwide. Included in high risk group are people who have light common phenotypic factors (hair, skin, eyes), have high number of naevi, report previous sunburns and have a family history of skin cancer. Protecting the skin from the sun by wearing...
- Sunburn the most likely beachgoer injury. // New Zealand Doctor;12/18/2013, p17
The article discusses the importance for general practitioners (GPs) to educate their patients about the need to protect their skin from sun exposure. It advises GPs to remind their patients about skin protection when out in the sun to avoid skin cancer and other associated diseases. Moreover,...
- Acute Skin Sun Damage in Children and Its Consequences in Adults. // Collegium Antropologicum;Apr2010 Supplement 2, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p233
No abstract available.
- Protocol of a randomized controlled trial of sun protection interventions for operating engineers. Duffy, Sonia A.; Ronis, David L.; Waltje, Andrea H.; Seung Hee Choi // BMC Public Health;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p1
Background: Skin cancer are increasing and some types of skin cancer are among the most lethal cancers yet are easily preventable. However, sun protection interventions are rarely implemented among outdoor workers. Our prior work shows that Michigan Operating Engineers (heavy equipment...