Skin Health

Protect Your Skin All Year Long
You can reduce your risk of skin cancer by limiting or avoiding your exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays. Remember to practice sun safety all year round when you are outdoors. Do you know how to monitor your skin for potentially dangerous skin concerns? Checking your skin regularly is important. Learn the ABCDEs of skin growths now. To learn more about skin cancer and the treatment options available at Bronson, visit our skin cancer webpage.

If you notice a mole that doesn’t seem normal, it’s important to get it looked at right away by your primary care provider or a dermatologist. Don’t wait for more advanced symptoms – like pain, itching, swelling or oozing – to appear before seeing a doctor. If you don’t have a primary care provider, visit