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June 13, 2013Nodaway County, MO |  By: Marsh

Summer Skin Care

As more people get outside during the summer their exposure to the sun also increases their risk of skin cancer.

Administrator of the Nodaway County Health Department, Della Rhoades says while it's important throughout the year, it's especially so in the summer to find ways to protect ourselves from harmful UV Rays.

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Rhoades recommends applying sunscreen every two hours, regardless of whether the label says it is waterproof. Rhoades also recommends checking your sun screen and other skin care products for expiration dates.