Going outside? Don’t forget your sunscreen–too many of us do

If you’re over 50 and you put on sunscreen every time you go outside–even if it’s overcast–give yourself a pat on the back. But know that you’re in the minority. Fewer than 30 percent of men 50 and over (compared with 43 percent of women) say they always put on sunscreen when going outside in the sun, according to new research  by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).

You should read the rest of my article at the Talking About Men’s Health blog, here.

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  1. Sal Coomer says:

    Usually, sunburn symptoms continue to get worse in the first 24 to 36 hours after the sunburn. Sunburns start to go away over 3 to 5 days. Severe sunburns can be serious in babies, small children, and older adults because of their sensitive skin and their high risk for other problems.’..*;

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