Young people who use sunbeds "twice as likely to develop deadliest skin cancer"

Young people who use sunbeds 'are twice as likely to develop deadliest skin cancer'Tanning devices could be responsible for more than 400 cases of malignant melanoma in Britain each yearRisk rises by 20 per cent for people who use a sunbed at any stage in their lives | UPDATED: 03:23 GMT, 25 July 2012 Young people who use sunbeds almost double their risk of developing the most deadly form of skin cancer, warn researchers.

How different can one man look? Hilarious portraits of photographer Gordon Stettinius that are a lesson in bad taste

How different can one man look Hilarious portraits of photographer that are a lesson in bad taste . It”s tricky to make an impression in the noisy world of photography but one snapper has found a way to cut through the clutter, foregoing his dignity in the process.

Sunbed ban "could halt toll of skin cancer in under-40s"

Sunbed ban “could halt toll of skin cancer in under-40s” for one in four cases 75,000 Brits are reported to be diagnosed each year with sicknessSunbeds responsible for 100 deaths a year A quarter of cases of the most common form of skin cancer in the under-40s could be prevented if sunbeds were banned, research suggests. Indoor tanning significantly increases the risk of basal cell carcinoma, according to the first rigorous study into the disease in young people. It found that sunbed users are 69 per cent more likely to develop BCC before the age of 40 than people who never use the tanning method.