Hydrocortise, a painkiller used to treat pain caused by acne, has been linked to an increased risk of developing skin cancer, a study has found.

Key points:Research has found that using hydrocontrol in the wintertime is linked to increased risk for skin cancer in adults and teenagersKey pointsA study found hydrocourtisone was linked to a 1.5 times higher risk of skin cancer when used in the autumn and springSource: ABC News | Duration: 01:45secTopics:health,health-administration,healthcare-facilities,cancer,australia