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Busting the Suncreen Myth
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August 20, 2017
EcoParent

It’s finally summer. Time to move parenting outside: to the beach, the field, the park, the garden, etc. This of course means glorious days basking in the warmth of the summer sun. However, as delightful as it feels, we must remember to protect our children and ourselves from the sun's harmful effects. Understanding fact versus fiction when it comes to sun protection will ensure everyone stays happy, healthy, and burn-free this season.


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