National Safe Sun Week: Summer has started this year, the glorious heat is coming, Memorial Day, the weekends are starting to be crowded on the beach. Although many people go out in need of exciting National Safe Sun Week. Reminds people of the importance of staying safe and protecting themselves from the sun. National Safe Sun Week is celebrated in an educated society taking care of others about safe sun behavior. This holiday is a symbol of the whole person’s care approach and a week that raises awareness about sun protection and encourages communication.
They need to protect their skin against the harmful rays of the sun. We need to make our people aware of that. Sending messages about avoiding other risks related to the sun. For example, heat stroke, and dehydration, are caused by the sun’s rays.
Skin cancer doubled between 1982 and 2011. Spending the whole day on the beach feels like a dream. But many of us have seen how harmful it is to local people. Skin cancer is a very big risk, a big disease. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. This is the most common form of cancer in the United States. New forms of potentially deadly melanoma. The CDC recommends that an estimated 21,000 new cases of melanoma per year be avoided by implementing community prevention programs.