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lark

(23,504 posts)
7. Yeah, let's just kill everyone in the state of FL, that's the ticket!
Fri May 24, 2024, 09:57 AM
May 24

In the long past people didn't know much about skin cancer, we actually used oil on our skin to suntan (sunburn more likely) quickly. Lots of us that did that ended up with non-lethal skin lesions that weren't really cancer even though called that. Some of us ended up with melanoma's. Those are supposed to be genetic, but wrong! There were no melanomas in our family (that are known) but I've had a bunch and so has my daughter.

I used to see lots of people with toxic burns at parks and beaches, but not so much anymore. People are taking better care of their skin and using the sunscreens helps so much. I am fair skinned have stopped the painful and dangerous summer burns with sunhats and sunscreens.

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