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As summer temps rise, and sun shines bright, docs offer skin safety tips

Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of the disease. Northwestern Medicine cites research estimating that one in five Americans will get skin cancer. While more people may be incorporating SPF into their beach routines, there are still common mistakes and misunderstandings about skin protection that can lead to dangerous results. Dr. Emily Keimig, MD at Northwestern Medicine provides tips for staying safe. Photo: Flickr/mhaithaca

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