The Tale of Tanning
Historically, pale skin indicated high status. Tan skin signified that you had to work outdoors as a manual laborer. In the United States in the 1920’s pioneering designer and fashion icon, Coco Chanel, popularized the idea of tanning and the sun started to represent pleasure and relaxation as well as health. In reality, a tan is actually a sign of damaged skin.
How the sun sees you (video)
Take Care of the Skin You're In!
- Protect your Family from Skin Cancer New
- Protect your Employees from Skin Cancer New
- Protect your Visitors and Staff from Skin Cancer New
- What Does Skin Cancer Look Like? types of skin cancer
- Risk Factors for Skin Cancer
- Do You Know Your ABCDE's? warning signs of Melanoma
- Three common types of skin cancer: What You Need to Know About Melanoma...Basal Cell, and Squamous Cell skin cancers
- Dear 16 Year Old Me... Skin Cancer Awareness (video)
- Seal of Recommendation Product Finder cosmetics, sunscreen, umbrellas...
- Truck Driver with Sun Damage
- Prom Night Without Tanning
- Go With Your Own Glow
- Go With Your Own Glow Ads
- The Tale of Tanning
Sunburn, Sunscreen, Sunglasses!
- Infant Sunscreen Guidelines FDA
- Sunscreen & Skin Cancer FAQ's
- Sunscreen 101: Dermatologists answer burning questions...
- Sunscreens: Safe and Effective?
- Sunscreen Expiration Dates
- Clothing: Our First Line of Defense
- Five Ways to Treat a Sunburn
- Sunburn Treatment
- Kids and Sunburn: What To Do
- Choosing Sunglasses
- UV Index Scale
- Find a Dermatologist
Keep Your Pets Sun Safe
Add your pet's fur coat to high heat and you have a potentially dangerous situation. Follow these tips
- Keep your pet hydrated!
- Don't leave pets in a car on a hot day - not even for a minute
- Avoid walks and activities during the hottest part of the day
- Know the signs of heat stroke in animals (heavy panting, brick red gums, staggering, seizures, bloody diarrhea/vomit, high temperature)
- Cool your pet down using a hose or wet towels; apply to paws and neck; offer ice cubes and water; get to the vet!
- Remember - dogs and cats that are obese or have short snouts can be more prone to heat stroke
- Keep Pets Safe in the Heat
- Protecting Your Pets From the Heat
- Hot Car Flyer
- 20 Things You Can Learn From Your Pets
Sun Safety Posters
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