When you share or retweet a joke or meme, you often bring a smile to someone’s face for a few seconds. When you forward on one of our skin cancer and Melanoma Awareness blog posts, there is always a chance that you might have just put someone on the path to saving his or her life. And that chance exists every time.
Sun Safety Practices Help Our Cause – – And YOU!
Also, it’s very important to remember the sun-safety practices that you’ve learned about over the past four weeks should not fade away as the month of May does. They say it takes about three weeks to learn a new habit. (Or drop an old one.) And if you’ve started taking sun protection precautions this May, we certainly hope you keep them going throughout the whole year. If you’ve been inspired to do so but haven’t started yet, there’s no time like the present.
If you’ve just surfed onto this blog and are reading it for the first time, please feel free to go back and look over our older Melanoma Awareness Month blog posts. Numerous topics were covered, like the important connection between skin cancer and sunscreen, shade, clothing, peak hours, swimming, driving, sun reflection damage, sports, exercise, medical updates just to name a few. Of course, we’ll be revisiting these topics as time goes on as well.
The risk of being exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays exists all year ‘round
The risk of being exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays exists all year ‘round. Sun skin damage occurs during every month, and in all climates, countries and weather. It affects men, women and children of all ethnicities and ages. It’s the world’s most common cancer, but it’s one of the easiest to prevent. So please, do what you can to avoid it.
And continue to follow our blog. Because just like the sun, we’ll be here the whole year with the news, tips and updates on skin health that you’ve come to expect.
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