Fun in the Sun - Best Sunscreen and Sun Protection Clothing

June 1, 2022
Hosted by Jonathan Marx, MBA

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Episode Description

In the US population as a whole, sun damage is the major driver of the increase in skin cancer in general and the accelerator of aging of the skin. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. More people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year than all other cancers combined! The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Skin cancer can metastasize and kill. Its treatment can be disfiguring especially on exposed parts of the body which get a lot of sun damage. Aging of the skin is also accelerated by sun damage. That golden tan we aspire to can result in leathery and wrinkly skin as we get older. Think ahead…. and protect yourself reasonably. Our guest, Dr. Jeffrey Schneider, MD dermatologist and researcher, served at Kaiser Permanente in Northern California for over thirty years and was Chief of Dermatology. He is now Associate Professor in Dermatology at the University of California San Francisco, completing research and public education projects on sun protection. In this interview, Dr. Schneider discusses the basic mechanisms of damage for each kind of cancer and simple steps of sensible sun protection which can help reduce risk. We can have fun in the sun when we respect the limitations of exposure and take easy precautions. Download Dr. Schneider’s sun protection TIPS at

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Jonathan Marx, MBA

Since 2001, Mr. Marx has been an entrepreneur in health and medical education as President of InQuill Medical Communications, LLC. During his earlier 20-year corporate career, Mr. Marx was Senior Vice President of Viacom Cable, Vice President Strategy for Pacific Bell Yellow Pages, and President of ISP Channel, one of the first four pioneers in high-speed internet.

Mr. Marx trains the US Centers for Disease Control in medical communications with monthly webinars since 2013. He collaborates with world ADHD experts providing Continuing Medical Education for primary care staff and helpful education for ADHD adults. The program has 445,000 YouTube views and has provided 29,000 hours of professional training.

He works with 18 European University hospitals to disseminate learnings from 4 clinical trials on connections between nutrition, lifestyle, and mental health. He is Webinar Director for eMedEvents, a leading online CME company, hosting online webinars with clients such as Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Philips. He is also President of the Las Vegas Health and Fitness Chamber of Commerce, supporting health professionals.

Mr. Marx teaches medical communications and marketing to professional audiences online. He holds a BA (psychology) and MBA degrees from Stanford University. He has four adult children and lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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