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While new research has shown that indoor tanning rates across the United States have continued to drop in recent years, millions of Americans still increase their risk for skin cancer by stepping into these carcinogen-emitting tanning beds. Arron and her colleagues analyzed data fromadult men and women, including 66, from the,and California Health Interview Surveys andfrom the Adult National Health Interview Survey. Although the research team lacked data on outdoor tanning, they pulled from previous studies showing that people who are willing to indoor tan are also likely to outdoor tan.
A gay man is dedicated to looking healthy. To achieve a healthy appearance, he will eat the right amounts, fast when needed, work out frequently and hydrate away his hangovers. But having healthy insides is only half the battle; the other half is to feign good health in a way that actually causes him to age prematurely and risk cancer: he will lie out in the sun all summer, and spend the fall and winter in tanning salons.
Sexual orientation may be a factor in a person's risks of skin cancer and of using indoor tanning devices, suggests a new study. Gay and bisexual men were up to six times more likely than straight men to use indoor tanning devices and to experience skin cancer while lesbian and bisexual women were about half as likely as straight women to do either, researchers found. Matthew Mansh, who did the research while he was a medical student at Stanford University in California.
Yeung H, Chen SC. JAMA Dermatol. There is an increasing national focus on addressing the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations.
According to a new study, that fact may be explained by the popularity of tanning beds among gay and bisexual men. According to the new paper, published this week in the journal JAMA Dermatologyself-identified gay and bisexual men over the age of 18 are six times more likely to visit an indoor tanning salon. Accordingly, gay and bisexual males exhibit a 7 percent rate of skin cancer.
In fact, sexual minority men were found to have the highest rates of skin cancer in the survey. And as in many areas of society, either social taboos or a lack of knowledge can limit our understanding of health risks. According to the study, this is not the only condition where gay men face heightened risks.
Reuters Health - Gay and bisexual men are more likely than straight men to use indoor tanning, and almost as likely as women to engage in the dermatologically risky behavior, according to new research. Howa Yeung. He and Dr.
Yeung H, et al. JAMA Dermatol. Gay and bisexual men were more likely to report indoor tanning compared with straight men, according to recently published study results. Researchers conducted a cross-sectional study using data from the National Health Interview Survey, a population-based survey representative of the U.