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TAHE CARE IN THE SUN

TAHE CARE IN THE SUN

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This time of year, the sun is so inviting! But too much sun can be risky for your health. A light-skinned person can burn in less than 15 minutes. If your skin is darker, you may be able to tolerate the sun longer.

How to reduce your sunburn risks:
-Apply sunscreen about 30 minutes before sun exposure. Use at least SPF 15.

-Wear clothing made of cotton with a tight weave and a hat with a wide brim.

-Limit sun exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

-Use extra sun protection near water and sand. They can reflect ultraviolet rays causing sunburn more quickly.
 
If you get a sunburn:
-Take a cool shower or bath or place cold wet washcloths on the burn.
-Avoid products with benzocaine, lidocaine, or petroleum jelly.
-Dry bandage blisters (if any) to help prevent infection.
-Obviously, stay out of the sun all togehter!

"Watching Your Back,"
YOur Health Coach,

Dr. Ross Coccimiglio

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