Tag: skin cancer

tony wearing sunsmart hat smiling at golf course

While golf may be his favourite hobby, Tony is very passionate about sun safety.

Anyone can develop skin cancer but it’s more common as you age. Here are 5 important things to know about skin cancer.

Checking for signs of melanoma is important as it can spread to other parts of the body. Learn how to spot it.

Woman applying sunscreen.

Cancer Council NSW data reveals that only a quarter of people in NSW use sun protection year-round.

Couple checking their skin for cancer.

Checking your skin regularly is crucial to detecting skin cancer early. Here are three things you need to know.

UV radiation causes 95% of skin cancers and is present all year round so you need sun protection every day.

A jagged scar on Stacey’s right leg is a constant reminder of her melanoma diagnosis and the importance of sun protection for her kids.

With the UV rating set to be extreme this festive season, see our give tips for staying Sun Smart.

Two men applying sunscreen

Sunscreen can help protect you from skin cancer. We answer the most commonly asked questions about sunscreen.

Woman applying sunscreen.

Sunscreen needs to be applied correctly to effectively protect our skin. Learn five ways to do this.