Even as the ozone hole repairs itself, pollutants adding to the warm air around September and October in the Southern Hemisphere add to it.
A new study is reporting that outdoor activities can increase people's risk of getting exfoliation syndrome (XFS) in the eyes.
In a new report, the U.S. Surgeon General called skin cancer a "major public health problem," and urged people to avoid tanning.
Doctors list other contributors that lead to skin cancer, which include tanning beds, smoking and chemical exposure.
Though many will take note of the new changes to the look of new sunscreen levels, one group of experts asserts that there are still problems with the SPF system.
Do you have allergies no matter what the pollen count outside says?