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Skin Cancer Information is Newest Offering on NIHSeniorHealth Website - May 17, 2007.

Those who have reached middle age and beyond can remember when deep tans were thought to be beautiful and healthy. Back then, it was not widely recognized that hours spent sunbathing could increase the risk for skin cancer. It was not until the early 1980s that public health experts began to advise against tanning as one important way to reduce the risk of skin cancer. Older Americans concerned about this condition can learn more about it by visiting, a Web site developed by the National Institutes of Health with the needs of older people in mind.

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Date:May 17, 2007
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