Wondering how much sunscreen to apply on your child?


It is recommended to use a cream- or lotion-based broad spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 on your child whenever he or she goes outdoors. — AFP

Warm, sunny days are wonderful.

Children and adults benefit from spending time playing and exercising outdoors, but it’s important to do so safely.

Help your family have fun in the sun while avoiding harm from those rays.

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