There is no Healthy Tan

. May 28, 2015.
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Summer is here and the sun rays can be deadly. Beautiful tans are coveted but there is no such thing as a healthy tan. Be prepared for the sun with products that have at least a 15 SPF or higher and seek the shade between the hours of 10AM – 4PM.

According to research from www.skincancer.org 90% of non melanoma skin cancers and 65% of melanomas are associated with exposure to UV radiation from the sun. Learn how to protect yourself by covering up, examining your skin and use year round protection.

Did you know that the skin is your body’s largest organ? Many skin Cancers can be prevented. The first line of defense against skin cancer is early detection. Please plan to attend one of the free cancer screenings.

Presented By ProMedica. Cost: Free.

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