The people who live in cold-climatic countries like America are less exposed to the sunlight and hence are more likely to get affected with skin diseases like Skin cancer, and Melanoma.
Even the doctors find it difficult to diagnose these kinds of diseases. But, it’s no longer a case of concern. Researchers at Northwestern University tested out the “My Skin Track UV”. This small-sized UV tracker which is available for 60 USD can accurately tell people in real time how pollution, humidity, allergens, and, of course, sunlight, are damaging their skin.
While 40,777 Melanoma cases were registered in 1999, the number increased to 80,442 by 2016.