Here Comes the Sun
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Ten things you should know about UV protection

I just read this in Westways and thought I'd share it on FE.
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#2
:o Wow! I'm in trouble! No way I can buy enough for protection.
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#3
Pfft, I'll take the tan thanks. Look good for the Catholic ladees at Mass. Then when I'm old, wrinkly and look like leather I can regret it while I die from skin cancer.
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#4
I live in Australia, one of the sunniest countries on earth, and I never wear sunscreen, but I'm still as white as a sheet. Something's not right about all this. :p
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#5
Would really like to have a look at this file, could you please create some links. thanks!
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#6
The sun has never bothered me.  I don't use sunscreen.  I don't get sunburned, even if I'm outside in the sun for a long period of time.  Really, I think people worry about it so much.  All the skin cancer is probably coming from the sun screen and not the sun.  :laughing:
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(07-06-2011, 01:12 PM)The Curt Jester Wrote: The sun has never bothered me.   I don't use sunscreen.  I don't get sunburned, even if I'm outside in the sun for a long period of time.   Really, I think people worry about it so much.  All the skin cancer is probably coming from the sun screen and not the sun.   :laughing:

Around Southern California, people worry about it too little. You're really underestimating the sun.

Did you read the article?
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(07-06-2011, 12:23 PM)madyaglow Wrote: Would really like to have a look at this file, could you please create some links. thanks!

Hello there,
what kind of link you want please explain.I will try to create some links...........
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#9
thnx.. ws looking fr ths...... :)
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#10
Back to back bots...  they must like the sun!

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