Are you sitting down?
According to a recent study by The Skin Cancer Foundation, 49 percent of men in the U.S. admit to not using sunscreen in the past year. Perhaps it's not a surprise that the study also found that men over 50 are twice as likely than women to develop -- and die from -- melanoma.
While women's anti-aging concerns have them searching for the latest FDA-approved sunscreen, it seems men couldn't care less. Turns out, 70 percent of men don't know what skin cancer warning signs to look for; 79 percent of males are not aware that the recommended amount of SPF per application is one ounce; and 61 percent of men think you should re-apply every four hours instead of every two.
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