Skin cancer hits 200,000 – twice the official toll: Disease is far greater risk to nation's health than was previously thought Cases of basal cell carcinomas have risen by 80 per cent in a decade The cost to the NHS is likely to be more than 200million a year By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 00:15 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 15 April 2013 There are now believed to be more than 200,000 cases of basal cell carcinomas, or BCCs, a year, pictured here on the skin Skin cancer is a far greater threat to the nation’s health than was previously thought, a new study has revealed.
'Tis the season to suffer red itchy skin: How cold walks and mulled wine mean misery for the one in ten with rosacea | UPDATED: 23:22 GMT, 17 December 2012 Roaring fires, mulled wine, and stress — Christmas is enough to make anyone red in the face.
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Will a 1 suncream protect your skin Read our expert guide to find the perfect sun lotion to suit you (and your budget) | UPDATED: 03:43 GMT, 29 May 2012 There’s one surefire way to know that summer has started in Britain — and that’s the sight of lobster-red, sorry-looking people painfully making their way home from the park or beach.
Benefits and risks of drug for acne The impact of severe acne on self-esteem shouldn’t be underestimated, especially by GPs who tend to see it as a minor complaint.