Cancer, It’ll Grow On You!

Cancer, It’ll Grow On You!

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  • Avoid The Horrible Tanning beds!!!
  •   NOT UV RAYS!!
  • I will kill you all with my UV RAYS
  • Avoid the sun like the plague!
  • Did I put on sunscreen?
  • I'm so glad were in the sun!
  • wear your cool shades!
  • ZZZ....Z.Z
  • we're cool and safe!!
  • Tanning beds are a good way to damage your cells. they work by imitating the sun’s ultraviolet lights causing skin aging as well as an increased risk of skin cancers such as melanoma and others. The skin can also become thin and not be able to store fats making it skin hard and weak.
  • wear a nice hat!
  • it's funny!
  • You are not wearing that to the beach!
  • The sun is a main source of getting vitamin D and a nice tan. But to much exposure can lead to sun burns and skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. People with fair skin need to careful because they are more likely to be affected by UV rays.
  • Beware of the sun lamp!!!
  • I think you have too many plants...
  • Sunglass are a cool way to protect your eyes from the harmful rays! The UV rays can cause major damage to the eyes and even contribute to cataractes. They can also lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss for older Americans.
  • Wear your sun screen!!!
  • MA!!!! I AM NOT!
  • Mom, jerry playing with the sun screen again!
  • Wearing a wide brim hat can aid with protecting your neck, ears, eyes, and nose with little effort on your side. This helps limit the exposure on those part of your body decreasing your rise of side effects from UV rays. Hats can also keep you cool and stylish!
  • Sun lamps are used for indoor plants for them to get the uv light they need but any exposure to UV radiation if it be from the sun or sunlamp can pose danger. The light increases the risk of developing skin cancers. People who are younger than 35 can increase their risk for melanoma by 75 percent by being over exposed to UV radiation.
  • Sunscreen, also known as sunblock, can be a lotion, gel, spray or other product that absorbs or reflects some of the UV radiation. It help to protect your skin from sunburn and can slow the process of development of mole or aging skins. The SPF you see on the bottles of sunblock is an imperfect measure of the invisible damage caused by UV radiation.
  • At least they have their swimsuit on.
  • A relaxation trip, huh!
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