Women’s Day: Dr Albert Lefkovits Comments: “Save Your Skin”
Wearing sunscreen daily is a must to lower your risk of developing skin cancer. But the type you choose and how you apply it makes a difference too. "The label should say 'broad spectrum' or 'UVA/UVB protection,'" said Albert M. Lefkovits, MD, associate clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. "Any sunscreen you buy should also have an SPF of at least 15."