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What do you call a baby monkey? A chimp off the old block

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What do you call a baby monkey? A chimp off the old block

So autumn begins in a few days and with it, a change of season and cooler temps. But with so many in the country the sun is still out and will be for some time. “Autumn has arrived, but the sun isn’t going anywhere”, says the Skin Cancer Foundation’s article warning us to continue to stay protected while outdoors. Our little ones are most important this time of year. “One blistering sunburn in childhood or adolescence (or a total of five sunburns sustained by any age) more than doubles a person's chances of developing melanoma later in life." they say.

“Intense, intermittent sun exposure also plays a part…this is the kind of sun exposure that you are barely aware of, which accumulates over the years from relatively brief everyday activities. Everyday incidental exposure adds up and can seriously damage the skin over time.”


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