Light-skin children who tan may have higher skin cancer risk

09/23/2009 | Reuters

Children with very light skin develop more moles when they tan than their peers with darker complexions, which could increase their risk for melanoma, study data showed. Researchers said parents should not rely only on sunscreen but should also have kids wear lightweight, loose clothing and avoid mid-day sun.

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