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Keeping yourself safe in the sun

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As summer is upon us, we are finding ourselves starting to attend more and more outdoor social outings. That being said, we need to make sure we are protecting ourselves and our families from excessive sun exposure. We don't always realize all the different forms of radiation that are out there.

The American Cancer Society is a great resource on educating ourselves and finding helpful prevention tips. They also offer a quiz to better understand your UV exposure at https://www.cancer.org/healthy/be-safe-in-sun/sun-safety.html

 

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Sarah, Clinic Manager Sarah is the clinic manager at a growing medical practice in a rural community of Northeast Wisconsin.

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