The CDC site offers information and resources for schools including “Shade Planning for Schools” and “Sun Safety at Schools.” Also included is information on prevention, risk factors, the perils of indoor tanning and incidence rates across gender and race.

This WHO site provides information about the role of UV radiation in skin cancer and different sun protection methods. Also useful are links for patients or physicians and a general FAQ about sun safety.

The NCI site provides comprehensive information of all types of skin cancer. Check out the prevention links, as well as the “how to check your skin” tab!

The ACS site offers valuable patient-centered information and many links about skin cancer for further information. The sun safety quiz is great way to test family and friends.

EPA’s SunWise program offers resources in English and Spanish for teaching children about sun safety. Check out the links to learn more about the UV Index!

If you have been diagnosed with melanoma or non-melanoma skin cancer, this link can offer more information on the options available to you for treatment.