There's been an increase is the number of people who no longer feel that sunscreen is safe to use on a daily basis.
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On average, 30 Australians will be diagnosed with melanoma every day.
Despite our slip, slop, slap dedication, melanoma deaths won't decrease until 2050.
It's a sure way to reduce your skin cancer risk.
High levels of UV radiation in Australia means we have some of the most rigorous standards in the world.
For the love of sun protection.
UV rays are some powerful mofos.
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Redheads need to be especially diligent about staying out of the sun.
Tell your parents to slip, slop, slap.
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It's a bit more complicated than that.
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