Rates of primary and secondary skin preventive behaviors remain suboptimal, and the prevalence of multiple sunburns continues to rise, according to study research published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.

To elucidate potential areas of improvement in skin cancer prevention, the study investigated temporal trends of skin cancer-related primary (concerned with disease prevention) and secondary (concerned with early disease detection) preventive behaviors.

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