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    Tips on sun protection
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    Dan Brennan, MD posted:
    Here are some tips on summer sun safety - especially for those little ones :)

    Dr. Dan
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Thanks so much, Dr. Brennan!

    These tips are great! I used love putting my daughter in all of those precious infant hats to keep the sun off of her face.

    I also never knew that, "Sunscreen is most effective when applied 30 minutes before going outside." Looks like we'll be more prepared for the beach this year, thanks to you! :)
     
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    mom2laurenmckenna responded:
    I got my lo zinc oxcide all natural sunscreen and a sunhat w a good brim and UV protection. Thanks for the info.


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