Are Your Children Exposed To UV In Backyard Pool?

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Children UV Hazards In Back Yard Pool When the summer arrives, millions of families across the country open their inflatable pools for a fun wet season. A backyard inflatable pool is an exciting activity for kids, who can play and Continue reading

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Don’t Overlook New Born Baby UV Protection

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New Born Babies & Sun Hazards If you are expecting a new born baby, congratulation! You are probably excited and a little anxious. If you are like me, you may be planning how to make sure your precious prince or Continue reading

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Drowning & Electricity? Protect Children From UV!

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UV Protection & Awareness For Children As parents we do what ever we can to keep our children protected. Some of this means to be there and protect them ourselves like when they lite a fire we do it for Continue reading

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Reducing Children’s UV Exposure In The Back Seat

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How To Protect Children From UV In The Car We have to be aware that UV dangers are not only at the beach or at the pool. The harmful UV radiation is all around us, all the time. One of Continue reading

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What Is Excessive Sun Exposure For Children

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Avoid Massive Sun Exposure For Children Children’s skin is much more delicate and and sensitive to Ultraviolet radiation than grownup skin. Children’s skin is smooth and glowing. Adult’s skin is thicker and adults skin tissue have more layers of “dead Continue reading

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6 Tips Protecting Your Kids From UV Radiation

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Skin Damage is Created At Childhood There is a known fact by dermatologists, that most of the skin damage is created during childhood years, when the youngsters skin is sensitive to UV radiation. Here are six tips to help you Continue reading

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UV Protection Shades For Backyard

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Shades To Protect Children From UV In Backyard Everyone knows that reducing the exposure to sun UV is one of the basic recommendations of the AAD (American Academy of Dermatology). There are many ways to reduce the exposure of children Continue reading

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