Sun Sense Aids in Safe Sun-Behavior from EmaxHealth
May is “Melanoma Awareness Month”. We are headed toward the end of the school year and the beginning of summer vacations.
Although melanoma accounts for only about 4 to 5 percent of all skin cancer cases, it causes most skin cancer-related deaths.
It is a time to review safe sun-behavior as this is a major way to prevent skin cancers of all types. Safe sun-behavior begins with limiting your exposure. It is best to avoid or limit time in the sun between the hours of 10 am and 3 pm. When that can’t be done, then products like UVSunSafe can aid in monitoring your exposure to harmful rays.
Continue reading on emaxhealth.com—look for their sun safety tips and ABCD’s with regards to melanoma skin lesions at the end of the article.