Stunning sunning news: A sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher can protect you from all skin cancers (if the label says "broad spectrum'), Australian researchers have concluded. When test subjects correctly applied the sunscreen, biopsies taken before and after exposure showed no impact on the gene that repairs sun damage - so no DNA changes to the skin. So if you haven't been slather on the 30+, now's the time to start. (Actually, years ago was the time to start, but today works too.)
Source: QUT Aussun Research Lab
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