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Kids-Science Experiments

education  science  kids  weather  scientists  sunscreen  experiments 

Science experiments for kids to enjoy!

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ODPHP-HF

May is Skin Cancer Prevention Month - healthfinder.gov

may  skin  melanoma  skin cancer  sunscreen  melanoma/skin cancer detection and prevention  healthfinder  ODPHP  National Health Observances 

May is Skin Cancer Prevention Month. Skin cancer can almost always be cured when it’s found and treated early. Spread the word about strategies for preventing skin cancer.

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Take Steps to Prevent Skin Cancer

melanoma  skin cancer  Health Topics  indoor tanning  sunscreen  sun safety  tanning  sun block  sunblock  healthfinder  ODPHP 

Share these tips to help people protect their skin from the sun and other sources of UV rays and help prevent skin cancer later in life.

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CDC

Skin Cancer Awareness | CDC Feature

feature  melanoma  skin cancer  sunburn  sunscreen  sun safety 

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. To lower your skin cancer risk, protect your skin from the sun and avoid indoor tanning.

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CDC

Skin Cancer Prevention | CDC Features

travel  skin cancer  CDC Features  sun protection  spring break  sunscreen 

Traveling for spring break? Don’t forget to pack, protect yourself from the sun!

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CDC

Preventing Chronic Disease | Use of Sunscreen and Indoor Tanning Devices Among a Nationally Representative Sample of High School Students, 2001"2011 - CDC

CDC  skin cancer  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  sunscreen  YRBSS  artificial tanning 

Adolescents are particularly vulnerable to engaging in poor skin-protection behaviors. The objective of this study was to examine use of sunscreen and indoor tanning devices among a nationally representative sample of high school students during a 10-year period (2001–2011) using data from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System. The percentage of youth who reported using sunscreen declined from 67.7% in 2001 to 56.1% in 2011. The prevalence of using indoor tanning devices was highest among white females: 37.4% in 2009 and 29.3% in 2011. These findings indicate the need for prevention efforts aimed at adolescents to reduce risks for skin cancer.

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CDC

Girlfriends' Health | CDC Features

prevention  health  exercise  safety  features  fruits  vegetables  friends  support  CDC  screenings  infection  nutrition  violence  girlfriends'  diet  physical activity  skin cancer  Exams  CDC Features 

August 1 is National Girlfriends Day. Encourage one another to stay healthy.

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CDC

Skin Cancer Awareness

cancer  awareness  protect  feature  skin  melanoma  skin cancer  sunburn  sunscreen  sun safety 

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. To lower your skin cancer risk, protect your skin from the sun and avoid indoor tanning.

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CDC

Keep Kids Safe This Summer | CDC Features

prevention  health  safety  features  children  disease  summer  kids  playground  play  CDC  injury  swimming  work  water  pool  heat  sun  sunburn  CDC Features 

Hot weather provides opportunities for kids to enjoy the outdoors. Take steps to keep them safe and healthy, both indoors and outdoors.

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CDC

Say "I Do" the Healthy Way | CDC Features

exercise  features  fruits  vegetables  pregnancy  tobacco  travel  CDC  smokefree  healthy  nutrition  stress  way  vaccinations  sleep  diet  zika  Exams  CDC Features  Intimate Partner Violence 

Before you say 'I Do,' make health a priority. Remember to put yourself on the wedding checklist with good health and safety habits.

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