Justin Bieber's Skin Cancer Effect: How His Infamous Hair Could Reduce Risk of Melanoma

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Justin Bieber usually makes teens want to get wild these days, but now they're saying he's actually helping reduce skin cancer rates in young adults. Hey, "never say never."

According to new reports, researchers have found that teens with the Biebs' infamous, old hair style tend to have paler skin and fewer freckles on their foreheads. An observational paper drawn up by dermatology experts suggests Justin's swoop cut may inspire teenagers to cover up in sunlight.

The research also states that the long Bieber bangs help cover the facial skin and prevent significant sun damage, which is linked to the skin cancer melanoma. The report was produced by Bernard Cohen, a professor of dermatology and paediatrics and Crystal Agi, chief resident of dermatology at Johns Hopkins University.

The professionals aren't trying to preach up Bieber's hairstyle, either. They simply want to use him as a way to get teens aware of skin cancer. Think it'll work?
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