As summer swings around again and the 2015 season kicks off many of us will be idly eyeing the travel brochures and planning designer holiday wardrobes, as every girl wants chic holiday clothes to stand out from the crowd.
Almost everyone loves sunlight! We enjoy the warming sensation of the rays of the sun of our skin, especially the winter. But how safe is it really for us to be exposed to the sun’s rays? Don’t get me wrong. Sunshine is essential for our overall health and well-being; however, it is unhealthy for us to be exposed to the rays of the sun without protection. If our exposure to strong sun rays are constant, we can suffer dangerous consequences. The sun emits ultraviolet in three forms and all three forms can affect us negatively.
|Exposure to UVA can result in the formation of wrinkles on the skin and discoloration of the skin.|
|Exposure to UVB can result in damages to protein in the skin causing severe sunburn or skin cancer.|
|Exposure to UVC can result in mutations in our DNA.|
According to this article, skin cancer is definitely on the rise. A new research from the Mayo Clinic confirmed this. Not only did this research confirm this but it also confirmed that this disease is on the rise especially among younger people. These are the ones who spend a lot of time outside, enjoying the sun. In addition, this research also shows that the most deadly type of skin cancer, melanoma, has also drastically increased over the years and is most commonly found among young women. The fact is that the majority of young people do not consider the consequences of being in the sun; however, as mentioned above, being in the sun unprotected and constantly, can affect you harmfully. Read More...
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