People 30 and under are developing melanoma at a faster rate than any other group. Researchers also find blistering sunburns in your youth more than double the chances of developing skin cancer later.
Doctors say it's key to be on the lookout for suspicious areas. You should also watch out for pain, bleeding, or itching.
Also, when choosing a sunscreen look for UVA and UVB protection with an SPF between 30 and 50.
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