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Do Sun Umbrellas Provide Enough UV Protection?
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If I Have Dark Skin Do I Really Need Sunscreen?
Learn about how well skin pigment protects from sunlight
Waterproof Sunscreen: Real or Fake News?
Here is what you need to know about using sunscreens in water
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Nano vs Non-Nano Zinc in Sunscreens: Which Is Better?
Particle size matters when it comes to zinc oxide in your sunscreen
SPF Is Important But Don't Skip This Factor in Sunscreens
SPF is not good enough when thinking about sunscreens and UVA protection
Newest Sunscreen Trend: Double Application
Two layers of sunscreen are way better than one
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5 Surprisingly Simple Steps to Guide You to a Great (Not Just Good) Sunscreen
Picking a sunscreen made easy with this how-to Guide
Does Chlorine Break Down Sunscreen?
Hidden effects of the chlorine in your local swimming pool
Raja Sivamani, MD MS AP
5 Nutritional Supplements for Sun Protection
Supplements with evidence for sun protection
The Broad Effects of Sunlight and Sun Exposure: Benefits and Dangers
How sunlight affects our hormones and our state of mind
What's the Deal with Nanoparticles in Sunscreens?
Learn more about zinc oxide and titanium dioxide nanoparticles
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Ultraviolet Protection Factor Clothing
Dr. Barr discusses the science behind sun protective clothing
Keira Barr, MD
Eye Freckles: A Sign of Excessive Sun Exposure
Freckles could potentially be an indicator of excessive amounts of sun exposure, and more importantly, harmful diseases that form based on sunlight exposure, such as skin cancer.
Social Media and Skin Cancer
Social Media can have a beneficial influence on society when it comes to skin cancer prevention
SPF Sunscreen limitations & Application Tips
Sunscreen limitations and changes with application density
UVA/UVB Rays & Sun Exposure & Change Ratio
First, a quick refresher on UVA and UVB. UVA has a longer wavelength at approximately 320-400 nm compared to UVB at 290-320 nm