Sun Safety Tips
This eight-page handout educates people about ways to stay safe in the sun to lower the risk of skin cancer. It explains that exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays in natural sunlight and tanning lamps or beds can harm skin over time, and lists ways in which UV rays can damage skin, including skin cancer. It contains basic information about sun exposure, and provides recommendations for ways people can protect themselves from skin damage. The document discusses how to choose a sunscreen and includes instructions on how to use sunscreen, recommending products with broad spectrum coverage and a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 30 or higher.
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