Skin Cancer Prevention - Protect the skin you're in!
Today, the risk of developing skin cancer is greater than in the past. We spend more time working and playing outdoors, often without the proper sun protection. We are also exposed to more ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun because the protective layer of ozone around the earth has become thinner due to the effects of pollution and chemicals.
You’re never too young or too old to be harmed by the sun. Keep in mind that no matter what
your age, it may take 10 to 25 years after exposure before any sign of
skin cancer or damage develops.
Review the general sun safety tips to ensure healthier skin and a healthier life.