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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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The association added that people who have been sunburned before are doubly at risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
From 1999 to 2004, there was a 2 percent increase in the number of adults 18 years and older who reported getting sunburned (32 percent to 34 percent, respectively).
The number who reported routinely using sunscreens increased from 31% to 39%, and the number of younger children and adolescents (aged 11-15 years) who got sunburned showed a small but significant dip.
Paul Rodbourne, of the West Midlands branch of the National Union of Teachers (NUT), said: 'We have already sent out leaflets to our members warning them to take precautions against children being sunburned.
If you should become sunburned, prevent further exposure and apply a moisturizing lotion; aspirin or acetaminophen may be given for pain.
Mike Bower, who spotted the teen waving and screaming, drove him back to the company's office, where a manager recognized the dehydrated, sunburned teen from a sheriff's flier and contacted authorities.
A lot of exposure to sun is bad for you, even before you get enough to be sunburned.
Sometimes it takes a while before you even notice that this outer layer of your skin has been sunburned.
It depends on the time of day, season of the year, where you live, and how easily you get sunburned.
The lack of sunshine made sunscreen seem less important - until they tossed and turned at lights-out with irritable, itchy sunburned blotches.
If you do receive a severe sunburn, treat the sunburned area with an aloe-based lotion, take cool showers, and if you're experiencing headaches, take a pain reliever.
But health experts from NHS Yorkshire and the Humber are urging people in Huddersfield to make sure that they don't get sunburned.