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The Dark Side of Sun Exposure: Playing It Safe In the Sun - cover

The Dark Side of Sun Exposure: Playing It Safe In the Sun

Jonathan Gray

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Summary

The sun sends us heat and light and is beneficial to our health. Ninety percent of our Vitamin D comes
from sunlight hitting our skin but too much sun can cause skin cancer.  It is important to balance the
benefits and risks of exposure to sunshine and use sunscreen correctly.

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