To prevent sun damage:
*Information from the skincancer.org, Penn State University Agricultural Safety and Health News
It's important to examine your skin (your entire body) monthly because often skin cancers detected early can be treated. The most important warning sign is a spot on the skin that is changing in size, shape, or color during a period of one month to one or two years.
Skin cancers often take the following forms:
If you find these unusual skin changes, see a health care professional immediately.
For more tips to help you protect your skin from the sun, visit https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/sawmills/uvradiation.html.
More information on skin cancer is available at www.skincancer.org.
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