Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, probably making up more than half of all diagnosed cases of cancer, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). READ MORE

Unexpected Places You Can Get Skin Cancer

Most of us know we can get sunburned when we go to the beach or the lake in the summer, so we slather on the sunscreen. But we need to remember to protect all exposed skin at all times of the year, because the sun can damage the skin anytime, anywhere. And skin cancer can show up in unexpected places on the body.

Your Health

Skin Cancer Is No Day at the Beach

I was diagnosed with skin cancer within days of turning 50 in October 2005. In the same month, I also got asthma and gingivitis—getting old was no fun! But I was lucky. All of my health problems were relatively minor and treatable.

Your Health

Can You Recognize the Signs of Skin Cancer?

Learn the early signs of skin cancer.

Your Health

Fast Facts: What You Need to Know about Shingles

You're not too young to get shingles. Learn more about this painful infection.

Prevention & Screenings

Curious About Collagen?

Has Jennifer Aniston got you wondering what role collagen plays in your body? Trying to decide if it's a good idea to take collagen? Read on to get the facts.

Your Health

My Psoriasis Led to My Empowerment

After struggling for years with unpredictable health problems, I now have agency over my body

Real Women, Real Stories

I Got Shingles at 29

I was shocked when I was diagnosed with shingles at such a young age

Real Women, Real Stories

Fast Facts: What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer

Skin cancer affects 3 million people a year. Here's how to do your best to avoid being one of them.

Skin Cancer

Living With Atopic Dermatitis (AD)

Expert Information and Advice to Help You — or a Loved One — Manage the Physical and Emotional Effects of AD

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Coping With Atopic Dermatitis

Handwashing and mask-wearing can increase the severity of this common skin disorder.

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