Sun Exposure

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Dec 27, 2017
War on Melanoma™

https://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/services/dermatology/war-on-melanoma/index.cfm

Learn more about resources, and registries developed on melanoma. Under the "shade" of the War on Melanoma™ umbrella, we are devising a War Plan:

Source: OHSU

Jan 25, 2017
National Cancer Institute: Sun Safety Intervention Programs

http://rtips.cancer.gov/rtips/topicPrograms.do?topicId=102269&choice=default

Research-tested Intervention Programs (NCI) - Summary statements, ratings and program materials from cancer prevention and control studies.

Source: NCI

Jan 25, 2017
SHADE Foundation of America

http://www.shadefoundation.org/

SHADE Foundation of America

Source: Shade Foundation of America

Jan 25, 2017
EPA’s SunWise Program

http://www.epa.gov/sunwise/

EPA’s SunWise Program

Source: EPA

Jan 25, 2017
American Cancer Society

http://www.cancer.org/

American Cancer Society

Source: ACS

Jan 25, 2017
HSE Topic Page: Skin at Work – Outdoor Workers and Sun Exposure

http://www.hse.gov.uk/skin/employ/sunprotect.htm

Safety Executive including access to leaflets for employees and employers.

Source: HSE

Jan 25, 2017
HSE Topic Page: Skin at Work – Outdoor Workers and Sun Exposure

http://www.hse.gov.uk/skin/employ/sunprotect.htm

Safety Executive including access to leaflets for employees and employers.

Source: HSE

Jan 25, 2017
Medline Plus: Sun Exposure

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/sunexposure.html

This information on sun exposure through Medline Plus is provided by the National Library of Medicine.

Source: MEDLINE

Jan 25, 2017
Updated Sunscreen Information

http://www.skincancer.org/Sunscreen/

This page, provided by the Skin Cancer Foundation, provides FAQ's on sunscreen.

Source: Skin Cancer Foundation

May 01, 2013
The Skin Cancer Foundation - Understanding UVA and UVB

http://www.skincancer.org/understanding-uva-and-uvb.html

The center of this confusion is the sun’s ultraviolet A (long-wave) and ultraviolet B (shortwave) rays. Our understanding of exactly what kinds of damage each causes to the skin, and how best to protect ourselves, seems to shift every year as new research comes out.

Source: Skin Cancer Foundation