Have you checked your sunscreen expiration date recently? Do you need to replace your old sun protection clothing or that worn-out sun hat? Among other things, May was Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which reminds us to prepare for the sunny days ahead, especially as summer approaches. The sun may be a great source for vitamin D but to much of it can cause damage to your skin.
Even though it is said that Black don’t crack, contrary to popular belief, Black people can have skin cancer. That is why, it is important to frequently examine your skin and also schedule a routine visit with your dermatologist / doctor for a complete skin exam.
How common is skin cancer in Black people?
Skin cancer is generally not common among Black people or people with darker skin. This has led to the belief that dark and black skin tones are…
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