UV Rays can cause aging skin, cataracts & other eye problems as well as skin cancer, melanoma.
To protect yourself from UV rays, consider your risk of exposure:
Examine your body regularly for early detection of skin cancer. Caught early it can almost always be cured. Early warning signs may include a spot on your skin that changes in size, color or shape over a period of one month to one or two years.
Look for a red scaly patch that is outlined, a waxy pale pearly knob, or a sore that doesn’t heal.
The most serious, melanoma, often begins as a small growth looking like a mole. If you find an unusual skin change, see your doctor.