sunburns 

I believe my kids will now wear sunblock. Always.

In early December I was diagnosed with one of the earliest forms of skin cancer on my face. This came as no surprise because my nose had been peeling for over 18 months despite the fact that I haven't been in the sun for years. I had a few nasty sunb...

No more excuses, wear your sunscreen

The new continuous spray sunscreens are knocking down some serious barriers to the long held objections about applying sunscreen. The number one complaint about sunscreen is that it is gloppy, thick and a bit of a pain to apply and reapply and reappl...

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