Fast Food May Help Prevent Skin Cancer

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Eating fast food might help prevent you from getting skin cancer.

Researchers from Boston University find the fat in the fast food can help prevent melanoma.

It's called Palmitic acid and it’s found in burgers, fries and cookies; of course doctors are not promoting a fast food diet, but when it comes to preventing skin cancer.

It can't hurt!