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You’re not just imagining it: along with feeling drier in the winter, your skin may also be distractingly itchy too. It’s a recognized dermatological condition known as “winter itch” or “winter skin syndrome,” and according to a research study for a major skin cream brand, six in 10 Americans suffer from it.
Protecting your skin from the sun is essential to prevent skin cancer, the most common of all cancer types. To enjoy outdoor sun safely, wear a wide-brimmed hat and tightly woven clothing, seek shade at peak times and use SPF 30 or higher broad-spectrum sunscreen. Check your skin regularly to detect and treat skin cancer early, avoid indoor tanning, and be aware of medications that can increase sun sensitivity.
Good handwashing practices are vital to protecting your health and stopping the spread of COVID-19.
World Melanoma Day is held on the second Monday of May. The aim is to raise awareness about the growing prevalence of melanoma and the importance of sun safety and skin cancer prevention during the warm spring and summer months.
It’s great to feel the warmth of the sun again—and that also means it’s time to change up your skin care routine to reflect higher temperatu ...

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