To protect yourself, apply sunscreen to any exposed areas like your hands, forearms, and face before getting into your car, especially in the spring and summer months, says Anthony Mancini, M. Posted January 10, And new, improved forms of protection against UVA keep emerging. Updated on September 20, While even one sunburn may double the chance of eventually developing melanoma the most serious type of skin canceryour kids are still at risk even if they never burn. Reasons why I would like too know is because aside from studying science I also seek art to calm my OCD, the only thing is I want to store my paintings from the harmful UV radiation, and boxs and packaging paper envelopes is all I have really.
But these cover only the exposed skin… what happens to the rest of the body?
Six common sun myths, exposed
I think what he says is pretty much correct. However, UVB rays can burn and damage your skin year-round, especially at high altitudes and on reflective surfaces like snow or ice. High-energy betas might penetrate glass, but alphas would not. By Hallie Levine Sklar, Parenting. Can someone confirm if his answer is correct? Posted January 13, edited.