Well, it’s finally here….Summer. The kids are out of school, the yard needs mowed, and the temperatures are starting to heat up. It’s time to get ready for all those trips; Trips to the pool, the zoo, camping, the park, company picnics….and so on, and so forth. You can make these better by preparing now…. Read more »
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In 1997, Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich began her column with two words: “Wear Sunscreen” and continued with discursive advice for living without regret. She wrote this piece as a ‘would-be’ commencement address of advice if she were ever asked to give one. In 1999, Baz Luhrmann released a song called “Everybody’s Free (To Wear… Read more »
A sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 protects the skin from the sun. Apply one ounce of sunscreen (about the size of a ping pong ball) to all sun-exposed areas of the body. Don’t forget the ears, feet and behind the neck.
Repeated exposure to the sun will have its natural consequences for your skin. The best way to protect yourself is the proper use of sunscreen. Regardless of color, skin that is repeatedly exposed to the sun tends to become tough and thick. Beyond the middle years of adulthood, the results can be even more dramatic…. Read more »