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Public guidelines for sun protection have been updated as stakeholders warn that Australians are using sunscreen as a “suit of armour” The Australasian College of Dermatologists and Cancer Council updated …

Two in three Australians will develop cancer before the age of 70 but with the right advice, pharmacy can help more people protect themselves from the harmful effects of UV …

The Cancer Council no longer recommends the use of aerosol sunscreens, its CEO says Professor Sancha Aranda told reporters yesterday that Australians continue to use sunscreen incorrectly – to the …

Consumers can do with guidance on looking out for skin changes, write Dr Esther Lau and Professor Lisa Nissen Do you know your ABCDEFG …? Australia has the highest rate …

The most likely Australian to have skin cancer is a Queensland man over the age of 55, new research has found Scientists from QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute have for …

Check out this easy education module and update your knowledge on sun protection just in time for summer Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancers in the world and 95% …

How does one move from chemistry, biology and oceanography into formulating skin products for a top beauty brand? AJP chats with Annabelle Personeni, Botanical Chemist with A’kin. 1. What was your career …

While pharmacy has the largest market share in skincare, there’s more to be done to leverage the category, writes Leanne Philpott Australia’s skincare market is worth $1.86 billion… and with …

The Australasian College of Dermatologists has released a position statement on sun protection and sunscreens, including the need for better education about best use “There has been some debate in …

Pharmacists often give misinformation about steroid use in eczema, say dermatologists The Australasian College of Dermatologists has released a position statement on the use of topical corticosteroids for childhood eczema, …

Recent media suggestions that the TGA does not adequately test sunscreens is incorrect, the TGA says The reports have expressed concern about the safety and efficacy of certain sunscreen products …

More than 200 sunburn cases were treated by Victorian emergency departments in a single year, prompting warnings to use sun protection ahead of Australia Day tomorrow. Data from the Victorian …