It’s the middle of July — you and your families are having a blast enjoying summer festivities from trips to the shore, camping, family barbecues, or just hanging pool-side. Summer is giving everyone just what we’ve all been wanting after a cool spring season – warmth and a great tan. Okay, we’ll admit it. Sun-kissed skin looks good on you. But, researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston say, even the slightest exposure to UV that causes your skin to tan, puts you at risk for skin cancer (Harvard Medical School). READ FULL BLOG
July is UV Awareness Month!
July 09, 2019|