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  1. Solar erythema: Burn from the sun ... sunburn. But even dark and black skin can burn and should be protected. The sun's rays are strongest during the hours of 10 ...
  2. UV Radiation (Environmental Protection Agency) - PDF  
    ... gov/sunwise/uvindex.html Be SunWise ● Do Not Burn ● Avoid Sun Tanning and Tanning Beds ● Use Sunscreen ● Cover Up ● ...
  3. ... the higher the altitude, the quicker your skin burns with sun exposure. And the start of summer is when ...
  4. ... Let's find out how. Don't Feel the Burn Even though the sun is hot, it does cool things. It keeps ...
  5. Burns (For Parents) (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... Safety: Preventing Burns, Shocks, and Fires First Aid: Burns First Aid: Sunburn Sun Safety Fireworks Safety Fire Safety What You Need ... to Be Safe When You're in the Sun Babysitting: Dealing With Burns Babysitting: Dealing With Sunburn Dealing With Burns Fireworks ...
  6. Sun, UV, and You: A Guide to SunWise Safety (Environmental Protection Agency) - PDF  
    ... Health Sciences, can cause immediate effects like blistering sun burns and long-term problems like skin cancer, cataracts, ... follow the action steps below daily. Do Not Burn. Five or more sunburns double your risk of developing skin cancer. Avoid Sun Tanning and Tanning Beds. UV light from tanning ...
  7. ... People who do not have much melanin and sun burn easily should protect themselves by covering up sensitive areas, wearing sun block, limiting their total exposure time, and limiting ...
  8. Anyone Can Get Skin Cancer From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
    ... get skin cancer? Although dark skin does not burn in the sun as easily as fair skin, everyone is at ... for skin cancer. Even people who don't burn are at risk for skin cancer. It ... Being in the sun can damage your skin. Sunlight causes damage through ...
  9. What to Do in a Medical Emergency: Burns (American College of Emergency Physicians)  
    ... contact with flames, or from overexposure to the sun. Burn also can be electrical (e.g., when a ...
  10. ... Be extra careful at higher altitudes, where skin burns faster. Avoid sun lamps, tanning beds, and tanning salons.
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