- Stay out of the sun at the hottest part of the day (10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) if you live in the Sunbelt states, below L 37°, and 11-3 if you live north of L 37°
- If you can't avoid being outside in the hottest part of the day, use extra protection
- Find shade or carry it with you by using an umbrella or hat
- Wear protective clothing, such as a long-sleeved shirt and pants. If you choose a lightweight fabric, you can keep cool as well. Some clothes have a Sun Protective Factor (SPF) built in, and still allow for a lot of ventilation.
- Wear sunglasses with UV protection
***It's important to look at your skin every month for any growth that is new or changing. Look all over your body.
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