The sun has its own meaning, says a new study that suggests sun-tanning may not be as harmful as we thought.
Researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center looked at how many days people have to spend outdoors in the sun, and compared that with how long they spend indoors in their homes.
They found that a person with the longest exposure to the sun had an average of 1.8 days spent outdoors in July and August compared with 0.5 days in August.
Researchers say that might be because the sun is an indirect source of energy that can heat up the body during the day.
But the sun’s rays also get scattered and can cause damage.
So what about the sun?
A study published last year found that the sun produces about 10 times as much energy as it uses when it’s at its most intense.
That’s why the sun can heat you up so much and keep you hot all day.
And if you’re really worried about how the sun might affect you, a study published in 2014 found that wearing sunscreen was linked to a 50 per cent lower risk of skin cancer.
The sun isn’t the only thing that gets the tan: The sun itself can be very damaging to your skin.
Studies suggest that when the sun gets too intense it can damage the skin’s corneocytes.
That causes the corneas to swell, which causes the iris to be exposed.
And because the cornea is the thin, reflective layer of your eye, that exposure can cause your corneal cells to die.
The corneocyte itself doesn’t live forever.
And it can only make so many new cells.
So if you spend a lot of time in the shade, the risk of dying from the sun increases.
Sunscreen can help protect youThe Sunscreen Coalition recommends that people wear sunscreen when the sky is cloudy, the temperature is above 60 C (113 F), and the sun doesn’t come out.
But it doesn’t always work, and studies have shown that people who are in the summer and winter tend to be more likely to get sunburned.
The coalition says people should use sunscreen when they are outdoors and that they should wash their face after using the bathroom.
If you do decide to wear sunscreen, remember that you can always use it as needed.
But make sure to wash your face after each use, and wear it as often as you can.