Slather on sunscreen before you hit the road: Cars don't protect against harmful UV rays.
Ever wonder why our freckles seem to multiply with the advent of warmer weather and longer days?
According a study, three-day old extracts from broccoli might protect the skin against damage caused by being in the sun too much. Tune in to learn more.
Interested in a stock tip? Invest in companies that make sunscreen. Why? Because atmospheric aerosol levels are decreasing.
On sunny days, you can stay in the shade or use sunscreen, but what about plants? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
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Two Department of Agriculture chemists have come up with a sunscreen made out of soy and oat brain. Learn about the new sunblock on this Moment of Science.
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