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  1. Melanoma and the Environment (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... sunburns, a history of indoor tanning, skin that burns, freckles, reddens easily, or becomes painful in the sun, blue or green eyes, blond or red hair, ...
  2. When to See a Dermatologist (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... red hair and blue, green, or gray eyes Sun sensitive, or tend to burn and freckle rather than tan Large, asymmetrical, or unusual-looking ...
  3. What Causes a Sunburn and Suntan? (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... Light-skinned people usually turn more red , or burn, when they go in the sun. Besides tanning or burning, a lot of people also get uneven patches of color, or freckles. Even if you have naturally dark skin or ...
  4. ... easily : People who have fair (pale) skin that burns easily in the sun, blue or gray eyes, red or blond hair, or many freckles have an increased chance of melanoma. Certain medical ...
  5. You and Your Genes: Making It in a Tough Environment From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) - PDF  
    ... the bigger they come, the more skin the sun can burn! Most of us, for example, can get sunburned on a bright day. Your reaction will be greater if you are outside, without ...
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  7. Who Is Most at Risk for Melanoma? (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... gray eyes Sensitivity to ultraviolet radiation (likely to burn rather than tan with initial and repeated exposure to sunlight) Tendency to freckle or form pigmented moles with sun exposure If you tan poorly, do not tan ...
  8. Melanoma (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... melanoma, including: a fair complexion (light skin that freckles or burns easily, blue eyes, or blond or red hair) multiple moles (typically more than 25) UV exposure (whether from the sun or a tanning bed) a history of frequent ...
  9. Remember Sun Safety in the Field (Iowa State University, University Extension) - PDF  
    ... outdoors. Sun exposure Research has shown that cumulative sun exposure is a major factor in development of skin cancer. Small changes occur in the skin each time it is exposed to sunlight. People who burn easily, rarely tan, freckle or have a fair complexion, have blonde or ...
  10. ... Pityriasis alba Radiation therapy Rashes Sensitivity to the sun due to medication reactions or certain drugs Sunburn or suntan Tinea versicolor Unevenly applying sunscreen, leading to areas of burn, tan, and no tan Vitiligo
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