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This article needs additional removed. (March 2012) For other uses of the word, see Freckles (disambiguation). Freckle Classification and external resources Facial freckles on a child. 10 L81.2 MeSH D008548 Freckles are clusters of concentrated melanin which are most often visible on people with a fair complexion. A freckle is also called an “ephelis”. Freckles

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Skin Cancer

Skin cancer Classification and external resources A telangiectasia. 10 44 9 172, 173 ICD-O: 8010-8720 OMIM 2890-1 MedlinePlus 001442 eMedicine article/276624, article/870538, article/1100753, article/1965430 MeSH D012878 Skin cancers (neoplasms) are named after the type of skin cell from which they arise. [3] In the UK in 2010, 12,818 people were diagnosed with malignant melanoma, and

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Health Effects Of Sun Exposure

This article needs attention from an expert in Medicine. Please add a reason or a talk parameter to this template to explain the issue with the article. Medicine Portal may be able to help recruit an expert. (January 2010) Max Dupain The sunburn should always be avoided. In the United States, serum levels of 25(OH)

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Sunless Tanning

Sunless Tanning Sunless tanning (also known as UV-free tanning, self tanning, spray tanning). Contents 1 Natural sunscreen 1.1 Carotenoids safe in chronic high doses 1.1.1 Lycopene 1.2 Carotenoids not safe in chronic high doses 1.2.1 Beta-carotene 1.2.2 Canthaxanthin 2 Other products 2.1 DHA-based products 2.2 Tyrosine-based products 2.3 Melanotan hormone 2.4 Temporary bronzers 2.5 Risks

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