Even if you love your current sunglasses, you still might need a new pair of shades. It seems sunglasses' UV protection may deteriorate over time, and current industry tests are not sufficient for determining how long it's safe to wear them, according to a study from Brazil.
Just when I thought nothing could get worse than the presidential campaign, a nasty growth appeared on my head and threatened to sprout into an evil poltergeist of death and destruction. At least it took my mind off of politics.
The sun is bad for you; it can give you cancer. Sunscreen is good for you; it helps block the sun's damaging rays. At least that's what you've probably been told all your life, but it's not as simple as that. Sunlight can also provide many health benefits.
But has the case against sun exposure been taken perhaps a bit too far? I certainly think so. With the rise of "sun-o-phobia" what's gotten lost in the shuffle is the fact that there are actual benefits to sun exposure in limited doses.