View the hourly UV Index in your area and remember to protect your skin from the harmful UV rays.
View the daily and extended UV Index forecast in your area. The UV Index indicates the strength of solar UV radiation on a scale from 1 (low) to 11+ (extremely high)
If you stay in the sun until your skin turns red, it may already be very severely damaged by that time. Find out how you can prevent overexposure to UV radiation.
Many people may not realize that exposure to UV radiation can harm their eyes and can affect their vision.
Helpful talking points about the problems, causes, and main points of skin cancer. Also Don’t Fry Day’s solution, slogan, and action steps can be found here.
Short and direct summarization of what Don’t Fry Day is all about.
Answers to questions about sunburns and why it is so important to prevent them.
Don’t Fry Day’s six sun protection messages to promote prevention of skin cancer.
Skin Cancer fact sheet including statistics on diagnosis rates, prevention tips, and other useful facts.
Background information about Don’t Fry Day including tips for sun safety.
Melanoma is the second most common form of cancer for young adults 15-29 years old.
Increase awareness/funding for skin cancer & Melanoma
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Check your local forecast, from the SunWise Program