Explore the latest in skin cancer risk factors and prevention, including the latest on sunscreen, tanning, and healthy skin behaviors.
This Viewpoint describes the current state of deep learning algorithms used in artificial intelligence and discusses their potential use in dermatology screening and diagnosis, including mobile apps for patient use.
This population-based cohort study uses data from the Norwegian Women and Cancer study to investigate the association between phenotypic characteristics, pattern of UV radiation exposure, and risk of melanoma on different body sites.
This longitudinal cohort study describes nevus acquisition from the ages of 3 to 16 years among white youths and evaluates variation by sex, Hispanic ethnicity, and body sites that are chronically vs intermittently exposed to the sun.
This survey study evaluates the incidence of tanning in adults who use indoor gyms.
This population-based, case-control family study of data collected for the Australian Melanoma Family Study assesses the association of sunscreen use in childhood and early adulthood with the risk of cutaneous melanoma before age 40 years.
This secondary analysis of a cross-sectional study using data from the 2015 National Health Interview Survey assesses the demographic characteristics and skin cancer risk behaviors of US adults who are sunless tanners.
This survey study explores whether a single exposure of adult patients in a waiting room to an app that approximates facial UV damage may lead to altered UV protection behavior.
This longitudinal controlled cohort study examines the association of a brief dermatologist-delivered intervention with patient satisfaction and sun protection behavior among adults receiving dermatology care.
This case-control study assesses the association of hydrochlorothiazide with risk of malignant melanoma among Danish adults.
This study assessed the reach of the “Don’t Fry Day” campaign on Twitter, using the hashtag #DontFryDay, and identified what types of individuals and/or tweeters are engaging in the campaign.
This cross-sectional national survey assesses whether decision-based modeling can identify patterns of sun-protective behaviors and sun sensitivity associated with the likelihood of sunburn among US adults.
This study investigates the use of sun protection among organ transplant recipients after participation in a skin cancer research study.
This study uses weighted national survey data to examine the prevalence of skin cancer examinations among users of indoor tanning beds.
This randomized clinical trial examines the prevalence of interest in and uptake of MC1R testing in the general population and examines patterns across demographic and skin cancer risk factors.
This case report describes a patient with monolateral Favre-Racouchot syndrome following long-term exposure to infrared waves.
This cross-sectional study using National Health Interview Survey data examined the prevalence of sun protection use and sunburn and the association between sunburn and demographic characteristics and health behaviors in the US population.
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