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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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If left untreated, sunburn can lead to dry skin as well as pronounced wrinkle lines on your skin.
The latest fad taking the internet by storm is 'sunburn tattoo' but experts say it can cause severe lasting skin damage.
If the sunburn is bad, it puts you at further risk of dehydration.
A diagnosis of XP should be considered in a child with either severe sunburn, increasing pigmented spots at sun-exposed sites, or development of multiple skin cancers at an early age.
Sunscreens can prevent sunburn and skin cancer, but there has been a lot of uncertainty about the effects of sunscreens on vitamin D," said lead author Antony Young, King's College London.
For sunburn pain, there's nothing better than fresh aloe vera gel right from the plant.
Even if our darker skin color makes us less susceptible to sunburn than others, constant sun exposure does not save anyone from having skin cancer.
Sunburn is one of the most easily prevented summertime ailments.
Staff at Morriston Hospital's specialist burns centre, in Swansea, have revealed they have treated seven patients with "very severe" sunburn in the last four weeks.
FRIDAY, June 29, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- A decision tree analytic technique shows the interactive effects of sun protective behaviors on the likelihood of sunburn, according to a study published online June 27 in JAMA Dermatology.
He said: "How long it takes to sustain sunburn depends on a number of factors, such as how warm it is, the time of day, and how light (or susceptible to UV rays) your skin is.
"Sunburn is a portrait of a strong woman--equal to any Lippman has created--who has learned the hard way who she is, what she needs and how to defend herself.