The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal

MAY 2015

The 2012 edition of The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal features medically reviewed, reader-friendly articles such as tanning, the increasing incidence of skin cancer diagnoses among young women, & the prevalence of melanoma among white males over 50.

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27 Clockwise from Left to Right: 1. On a hot day, a dense denim shirt may be too much. But a cotton button-down shirt with a close weave is an effortless style that protects your arms, shoulders and chest. Pop up the collar to protect the delicate skin on your neck. 2. Another good choice in hot weather: lightweight layers. Layering a chambray blazer over a loose button-down blouse with a popped collar gives you extra protection as well as a casual but polished look. Complete the array with lightweight but densely woven long pants. Remem- ber to apply sunscreen to your feet and ankles when wearing wedges, sandals and flats. 3. Your favorite, lived-in jean jacket is one of the most sun-protective items in your closet. Long-sleeved denim provides up to 1,700 UPF sun protection. Complete your look and protect your eyes, eyelids and surrounding skin with a pair of stylish, 100 percent UV-blocking sunglasses. A special thanks to THE LITTLE RED HOUSE for their hospitality and gener- osity in hosting our fashion shoot. And a big thank you to our wonderful friends at J.Crew for lending us their beautiful clothes, accessories, shoes and hats. denim is your friend 1 2 3

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