Dermatology A to Z: Video of the month
Melasma: Tips to make it less noticeable
Melasma is a common skin problem that causes brown to gray-brown patches on the face. Although the exact causes of melasma are unclear, common triggers include sun exposure, pregnancy, birth control pills, and cosmetics.
If you have melasma, dermatologists recommend the following tips for achieving a more even skin tone. Learn more.
SPOT me™ free skin cancer screening program
The Academy's SPOT me™ program mission is to reduce the number of deaths from skin cancer in the United States by educating the public about skin cancer risk and providing free skin cancer screenings to catch skin cancer in its earliest, most treatable stages.
Since the launch of the Academy's national screening program in 1985, the Academy has conducted more than 2.4 million screenings, detected over 200,000 suspicious lesions, and exposed over 26,000 potential melanomas. Learn more and find a SPOT me™ free skin cancer screening event.