You’ve probably heard that you can’t get sunburned on a cloudy day, but UV rays go through the clouds. Doctor Debra Jaliman, a New York City dermatologist, says that some of the worst sunburns she has seen were from patients who failed to use sunscreen on a cloudy day. We have the facts behind other popular summer myths.
With kids taking the plunge to stay cool, many forget to re-apply sunscreen and end up with a bad sunburn. Sunburn is no fun and can cause significant problems.
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