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-- time may be the time to kick back and relax but if you're going to be outdoors dermatologist Jeffrey Weinberg from saint Luke's Roosevelt hospital says.
If you don't protect your skin that time may be spent at the doctor's office.
You want to Wear sunscreen regularly.
Can each -- -- skin.
Cause of most of wrinkles we see your due to the sun.
And second -- acute sunburn also very often because of skin cancer if anybody has had more sun exposure and they plan on for example someone falls asleep in the sun.
I think wake up and skins painful it's it's good to come in earlier rather than later so we can get them started on some therapy.
If you're hiking and noticed a rash it could be poison ivy.
And if you don't catch it early it could last.
Four weeks we really say with poison ivy leaves of three left in the even after exposure you can keep getting.
New new brash in new list is the reason being is.
That in areas where you had either had less exposure or with the skin is thicker.
The -- of the rest we'll talk later.
And when it comes to bug bites the more you know about what -- you the better doctors will be able to treat you.
From the general for tick -- is the particular needs to stay in the body for 24 hours to be concerned about Lyme Disease.
But certainly anybody who has any concern about -- -- exposure.
You know that the rest of you think about this sort of -- like -- -- think about Lyme Disease should see position.
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