NorthShore’s online source for timely health and wellness news, inspiring patient stories and tips to lead a healthy life.
As the summer approaches, many of us will spend more time outdoors enjoying the weather and the sunshine. While the sunshine can be good for you by improving your mood and giving you a boost in Vitamin D, without the proper protection it can also be harmful to your skin and body.
Aaron Dworin, MD, Dermatologist at NorthShore, offers his advice on how to protect your skin and limit your risk of developing skin cancer, including melanoma:
How often are you outside in the warmer months? What do you do to protect yourself from the sun?