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Understanding the Risks of Skin Cancer from Playing Golf

As an outdoor activity, playing golf has a wide range of health benefits for your body. A deceptively leisurely sport, golf is helpful for staying fit by losing weight and body fat, as well as keeping social. With the average walking distance of a […]

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Don't Ignore That Spot! How to identify Skin Cancer on Fingers

Unlike the rest of your body which is covered by clothing and easily protected from the sun, our fingers are often forgotten about when it comes to sun protection. This is especially so when it comes to applying sunscreen. And our fingers, in particular, […]

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Can you get skin cancer on your hands? You may be surprised

We put hats on our heads, clothing on our bodies and sunscreen on our faces, but our hands can often be left exposed to the sun more than we realise. Skin cancer can affect the hands, with squamous cell carcinoma being the most common type. The two […]

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Do UV lights used in nail salons cause skin cancer?

In nail salons, lamps that emit ultraviolet light (UV light) are a common way to speed up the drying process for regular manicures and set gel manicures. While they may be effective and convenient, the question is, how safe are they really?  Australia […]

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National Skin Cancer Action Week 2023

20-26 November 2023
Every year at the start of summer the Cancer Council Australia and the Australasian College of Dermatologists come together to host a national skin cancer action week, as an important reminder to Australians of the significance of sun safety and early skin cancer detection - encourage friends, family to get a skin check with a GP or Dermatologist.
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