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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St.Paul, Va. Thursday, July 13, 2017 Pageo7" Fourth of July in St. Paul Safety Month simpl steps to safeguard your skin By: The University of Tennessee Medical Center or her surroundings when thinking about protecting them- News Service selves from the sun's rays. The skin is the body's largest organ, yet some individ- "If possible, stay out of the sun during the peak burn- uals do not consider the necessity of protecting their skin. ing hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.," said Lewis. "However, July is Ultraviolet (UV) Safety Month and Dr. James if you do find yourself in the sun during these hours, it is Lewis, a surgical oncologist who treats skin cancer at The important to apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen to cover University of Tennessee Medical Center (UTMC), all exposed skin." explains how to take simple, everyday steps to protect The FDA recommends using sunscreens that are not one's skin from the harmful effects of the sun's UV radi- only broad-spectrum, but those that also have a sun pro- at[on, toot[on factor (SPF) value of at least 15 for protection Unfortunately, certain types of people are more prone against sun-induced skin problems. to sunburns, explains Lewis, and individuals who are fair- "Apply sunscreen 20 minutes before going outside and skinned, have light-colored hair, freckles or have light reapply every two hours after swimming or sweating, colored eyes are more susceptible to sunburns and other even if your sunscreen is labeled water-resistant," said sun-induced ailments. Lewis. "Make sure that you wear appropriate clothing, such as According to Lewis, sometimes sunburns occur when long-sleeved shirts and pants that will protect your skin one least expects it and not all sunburns are immediately from the harmful UV rays," said Lewis. "And don't forget visible as they can appear from one to six hours after sun to protect your head and eyes with a hat and UV-resistant exposure and reach their peak up to 24 hours later. sunglasses." "If you do find yourself with a sunburn, immediately Lewis emphasizes that everyone should be aware of his take aspirin or acetaminophen to relieve the pain and dis- comfort of the sunburn," said Lewis. "Applying a cold compress or a cooling gel to the affected area will also help ease the discomfort." . Lewis recommends drinking plenty of water, as ovor-- exposed skin will be dehydrated, and avoid further skin exposure until the discomfort lessens .... ' "Sunburns are common during the summer, yet dala- gerous and enhance the risk of cancer," said Lewis. "It is best to avoid getting severely sunburnt by thinking ahead and taking preventative measures to protect your skin." For additionally reliable information on ways to pre- vent skin cancer, or on taking care of your health or a loved one's heath, contact UTMC's Health Information Center at 865.305.9525 or online at www.utmedicalce~a- Staffed by medical librarians and certified health information specialists, the Health Information Center offers an extensive health library, digital and print resources, walk-in assistance, and help with research orl specific health conditions - all free of charge and avail~: able to the public. ", ,; d' We are pledged to on race, color, reli- the letter and spirit gion, national or[- of Virginia's and gin, sex, elderly- HUD's equal ness, familial status opportunity hous- or handicap. This ing policies,newspaper will not Virginia's fair knowingly accept housing law makes advertising for real it illegal to adver- estate that violates rise any preference, the fair housing limitation or dis-law. Our readers crimination based are hereby Stonebmar Accepting Applications Newly rel:mvated 1 a~d 2 be&room ur~its Re~t based on income Smoke free property Utilitieos paid Apply at Wise C.ou:nty . Redevelopment & Housiltg Authority eemxal office at 1.07 L[tehfield Street NW (..~0ebmrr~, VA 24230 Call 395-6 I04, ..A 762-56~4 or 762-0222 informed that all dwellings adver- W a n t e d : tised in this news- Photographer to paper are available capture images of on an equal oppor-St. Paul Main tunity basis. For Street events, such more information as grand openings, about Virginia's Cooks and Books, Fair Housing Law etc. Will be paid or to file a fair per event. 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