The UV lamps commonly used at nail salons won't increase your risk of skin cancer, a new study says.
Combinations of plant substances are protective in suppressing damage that can lead to skin cancer, recent research from the University of Texas Health Center in Austin suggests.
Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day was linked with a reduced risk ofbasal cell carcinoma.
Caffeine may the reason drinking coffee lowers the risk of the most common type of skin cancer, researchers say.
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