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How to: Keep your kids SunSmart [ 100% ]

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If you are an Aussie adult, hopefully you know and practice the score when it comes to protecting yourself from sun damage. What can be tricky is getting your kids to be SunSmart. Whether they are little and constantly pulling their hat off, or if they are a bit older and don’t want to look daggy when they are at the beach, fear not! Have a look at our fabulous tips on how to keep your kids SunSmart.

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Be SunSmart [ 41% ]

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The sun's UV radiation is the major cause of skin cancer as well as being the best natural source of vitamin D. It is important to balance the risk of skin cancer with maintaining adequate vitamin D levels.

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How to: Keep on top of vitamin D this winter [ 40% ]

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As the temperature starts to plummet in Victoria (and so does the UV level) the SunSmart team have provided this month's timely topic and tips on how to keep vitamin D levels topped up this winter.

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How to avoid the lobster look [ 28% ]

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Some days you don't notice that you're getting burnt until it's far too late. You look in the mirror and realise that your nose could rival Rudolph's, your cheeks are more than rosy and your parting is bright red and already starting to peel.

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Avoid overindulging this Christmas season [ 25% ]

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Ah, Christmas! The time of plum pudding, mince pies, roast meat, cold ham, chocolate ... all washed down with a few glasses of wine. And that's just the day itself - to say nothing of Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Years and all the pre-Christmas work functions. It is terribly easy to overindulge at this time of year. After all, ‘tis the season to eat and be merry. But overeating and drinking one-too-many sherries can leave you feeling far from festive. But here's the good news - it is avoidable.

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Solariums and skin cancer risk [ 6% ]

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Research shows that if you use a solarium, even just one time, before you turn 35 you have increased your risk of melanoma by between 75 and 98%, compared to someone who has never used a solarium.

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