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Skin cancer rates have quadrupled, and it's worse for men

Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
Skin cancer rates have quadrupled, and it's worse for menMen who spend a lot of time outdoors are being targeted in a new national campaign to reduce the risk of skin cancer which is being supported by public health leaders in Devon.
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News video: Safe Sun Tips to Protect Your Skin

Safe Sun Tips to Protect Your Skin 06:26

The Skin Cancer Institute recently stated that more people are dying of skin cancer due to sun exposure than from lung cancer due to smoking. That is an astonishing statistic. Joining us with safe sun tips to protect you and help reverse that statistic are Renee and Beth from Merle Norman Cosmetics! ...

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