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Sun Damage: It’s More Than Sun Tan

  By posted Mar 30th 2012
Healthy Living

Children and the elderly: Common sense and science says that children’s skin is far more sensitive than adults. It doesn’t matter if the skin tone is darker; children are advised to stay indoors between 11 am to 4 pm, that’s when the sun is brazen. The same applies to the elderly, but sun damage is far more visible and prone if you are a adult above the age of 50. Wear hats, sunglasses and sunblock - a point to note, sunglasses also help reduce vision loss.

 

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