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Can sunshine be as addictive as heroin?

 If recent media reports are to be believed, then sunshine can be “as addictive as heroin.” Although the study on which the reports were based was carried out on mice, the claims were surprising as sunlight does not typically fall into the list of common addictions such as cigarettes or alcohol. 1,517 more words

Science

Sunlight, Sunburn and Sunblock | Redefine Beauty this Summer

Sunburns happen to even the most religious of sunblock users. They usually happen in the beginning of summer. You’re in rush to meet your friends, and you slather sunblock on your upper arms, neck, and face quickly. 1,011 more words

Skincare

Washington Health Department: If Puget Sound Were A State, It Would Rank 4th In Skin Cancer Rates

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Health Department says if the Puget Sound region were a state by itself, it would rank fourth in the nation in skin cancer rate. 63 more words

News

UV-Buddy Bracelet Review

UV-Buddy
Ultraviolet Awareness For Your Family

The Company
UV-Buddy is a small family run business based in the United Kingdom. Husband and wife James and Gemma decided to act on their concerns of prolonged exposure in the sun and the very harmful effects that ultraviolet light can have on your skin. 486 more words

Children

Yes, Blacks Need This, Too...

Blacks, as well as others who tend to have darker complexions, don’t have to worry about sunscreen – the higher levels of melanin in their skin is enough to protect them from potentially-harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. 655 more words

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