Stay Sun Safe This Summer

If you’re heading out to the beach, the park or another favorite summer destination, make sure you are sun safe.

Texas has one of the highest Melanoma rates in the nation and Duncan Van Dusen from the CATCH Global Foundation says staying safe from the sun’s harmful rays is more than just sunscreen.

He says shade, protective clothing, wide brimmed hats and sunglasses should be common practice too.


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