Solar Eclipse Reminds Us About Sun Safety

Last updated: November 2017

The Great American Solar Eclipse reminded those in the U.S. how damaging the sun can be, without protection – special “Eclipse glasses” with a welder’s rating of 14 were needed to watch the eclipse safely. Damaging your eyesight is not the only danger, though. With the partial eclipse serving as the background, I review basic sunscreen protection and how to keep ALL of you safe in the sun, ALL of the time.


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