Ty Wilson Law July 2018

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Inside This Issue From the Desk of Ty PAGE 1 Summer Concerns for Parents PAGE 1 How to Tell if Your Kids Are Being Bullied PAGE 2 Should You Stop Eating Raw Cookie Dough Right Now? PAGE 3 Charred Chili-Cheese Corn PAGE 3 Take a Break! PAGE 3 Battling the Summer Sun! PAGE 4

HOWMUCHSUNSHINE ISTOOMUCH? Keep Your Family Safe

UV rays. While this tactic protects you from the sun, it offers poor defense against the heat. So, if you opt for cooler attire, it’s important to cover all exposed skin with a copious amount of sunscreen. Be sure to reapply every two hours for maximum skin protection. Spend Less Time in the Sun If you’re planning to spend a significant amount of time in the sun, consider your environment. Will there be plenty of shade?Will you have to bring your own?What’s the best way to step out of the sun for a fewminutes?Wearing sunscreen and protective clothing are great ways to shield yourself fromUV rays, but it’s important to avoid being in direct sunlight for long periods. Taking a break from the sun gives your body the time it needs to recuperate and helps prevent sunburn and heatstroke. Common Myths About Sun Exposure

Many people think that a tan is better than a sunburn, but the result of tanning is still sun damage. When your skin tone changes due to the sun, regardless of whether it tans or turns red, it’s a result of the epidermis reacting to damage caused by UV rays. Both are symptoms of harmed skin. While vitamin D is important, the sun does not contribute to its creation as much as youmight think. Doris Day, a NewYork City dermatologist, explains that if your skin were to constantly produce vitamin D frombeing in the sun, it would reach toxic levels. Vitamin D is the only vitamin that your body can produce on its own, through a common formof cholesterol or 7-dehydrocholesterol. Spending time in the sun does help vitamin D form, but you need far less exposure than you think.

To many people, summer is all about heading outside to enjoy the weather. But getting too much sun can be dangerous. To have a fun-filled summer with your family this year, remember that it’s essential to protect yourself from harmful UV rays. Cover Up Covering your skin is one of the best ways to avoid skin damage. Wide-brimmed hats, long-sleeved shirts, and long pants or skirts can protect your skin from direct exposure to

Knowing how to protect yourself fromUV rays is the first step to having a safe, fun-filled summer!

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