Don’t scrimp on sun­screen.

Runner's World (UK) - - Mind-Health -

Basal cell car­ci­noma, a form of skin can­cer, is more com­mon in peo­ple who spend long pe­ri­ods out­doors, such as run­ners. (The risk is 43 per cent higher among out­door work­ers.) You will need a tea­spoon’s worth of sun­screen per limb, ac­cord­ing to sun-pro­tec­tion and skin-can­cer­pre­ven­tion ex­perts Sun­smart. Put it on be­fore don­ning your kit to avoid miss­ing bits, and al­low time for it to be ab­sorbed.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.