Solar Ultraviolet Radiation Danger At Ski Resorts. Part 3 of 3

Solar Ultraviolet Radiation Danger At Ski Resorts – Part 3 of 3

So “More sophisticated sun safety promotions are needed that teach people both to take precautions and to judge accurately when UV is high,” the authors conclude. “In tomorrow safety promotions, adults should be encouraged to wear sunscreen on cloudy days because UV is still high and conditions can change rapidly. They need reminders to rely more on condition and time of day when judging UV and the need for sun safety,” the researchers concluded. The study appears in the November issue of the journal Archives of Dermatology howporstarsgrowit com.

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