- Check skin regularly for new moles and ask your primary care provider how often you should see a dermatologist.
- The best defenses against harmful UV radiation are protective clothing, shade and timing to avoid sun during the most intense hours.
Don't get burned. Burning raises your cancer risk.
- Wear clothes such as shirts and hats to protect against UV rays.
Find shade or make it.
- Plan around the sun. Early morning or late afternoon provide less intense sun.
(Environmental Working Group)