What you need to know about skin cancer and prevention—what it is, how to stay safe, and what is being done in NSW.
Skin cancer cases in Australia are increasing. How well are you really protecting your skin? Read on for five easy ways we can protect ourselves from skin cancer.
Three young people living with cancer are sharing their stories to help Australians protect their skin this summer and beyond.
With temperatures set to reach the mid to high-thirties across NSW tomorrow and the UV index reaching extreme levels (15), the Cancer Institute NSW is urging people to be vigilant when protecting themselves from the sun.
Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is generated from the sun and enters our atmosphere—depending on the type of concentration it can have different affects on our skin.
The skin is your body’s largest organ and protects the body from the outside world. Find out how it works to protect you from the sun's UV rays.
There are many myths about sun tanning out there. Ignore the myths and get the facts. Find out the best times to be in the sun and help protect your skin from skin cancer and melanoma.
If you think tanning gives you a healthy glow, think again. Tanning is skin cells in trauma, trying to protect themselves from cancer. Here's a reminder of some hard-hitting facts.
There are simple ways to reduce your risk of skin cancer. Find our how to protect your skin from damaging ultraviolet radiation and check regularly for moles.
What the skin does, what skin cancer and melanoma are, and what the role of ultraviolet radiation is.