sunburn

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Synonyms for sunburn

a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun

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redness of the skin caused by exposure to the rays of the sun

get a sunburn by overexposure to the sun

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shtml) Health Communities , more than 90 percent of skin cancers are caused due to sun exposure.
I get a lot of sun exposure myself because of the nature of my job.
The researchers also found that eye freckles were more common among those with light-colored eyes and those who weren't as diligent about wearing sunscreen and avoiding sun exposure.
These days, teenagers, along with the rest of us, are better informed on the importance of protecting our skin from sun exposure, and the importance of protection isn't limited to just those individuals with light or fair skin.
Approximately 25% of sun exposure occurs before the age of 18 years (Balk & the Council on Environmental Health and Section on Dermatology, 2011).
One day after sun exposure, the participants were evaluated for sunburn by a clinician.
A summary of the sun exposure levels corresponding to detailed body sites with respect to gender differences (adopted from ref.
7%) participants agreed that sun exposure of 5 to 10 minutes for two or three times per week was very important; 189(47.
To complete the process, users can download the My UV Patch mobile app (available both on iOS and Android) to track UV exposure and inform users of their level of sun exposure.
6 years) and 69 healthy controls, increased summer sun exposure during the preceding 2 years was associated with increased brain gray matter volume (p < 0.
Hide in the shade or seek cool places to prevent the ill-effects of too much sun exposure.
Innovation company Netatmo has released a bracelet that measures sun exposure.
Lead scientist Dr David Fisher, from Harvard Medical School in the US, said: "is information might serve as a valuable means of educating people to curb excessive sun exposure in order to limit skin cancer risk as well as accelerated skin ageing that occurs with repeated sun exposure.