Sun exposure in babies could mean cancer later | Via @CNN

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June 8, 2011 by themommahen

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We all know the importance of sunscreen. We also all know how much hatchlings (and therefore us parents) hate putting it on. This article mentions incidental exposure — walking to and from places. riding in the car…So, do you and your kids make it a part of your daily routine when getting dressed or just put it on when going outside?

(Thanks to the husband for flagging this one.)

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2 thoughts on “Sun exposure in babies could mean cancer later | Via @CNN

  1. Anonymous says:

    What does the article say about long days at Jordan Lake slathered in baby oil and iodine during adolescence?

  2. Larisa Spillman says:

    And Afro Sheen (yes, to those of you who don’t know about that fad)? Yeah, I’m pretty sure that took some years off our lives. So I did that, and now I’m worried about whether or not I put sunscreen on my kids before we go out the door to go to the grocery store.( For the record, I didn’t do that today and usually don’t. Is that wrong?)

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