Posts Tagged ‘Sun Exposure’

Why Use Sunscreen When it is Cloudy?

Most of us are pretty sure we know how to protect ourselves in the sun. Use sunscreen when it’s hot and sunny, try not to get a sunburn, wear a hat, and so on. But we live in Oregon, home of the cloudy day and liquid sunshine. And if it’s cloudy, there’s no reason to bother with all that sun protection business, right? The clouds will protect us? While I’ve heard this from so many … Read More

Creating Messages about Sun Exposure

The Environmental Protection Agency’s SunWise program is teaming up with the SHADE Foundation of America with  their annual Poster Contest.  K-8th grade students are invited to submit original, creative posters illustrating ways to prevent skin cancer and raise sun safety awareness. At least five awareness and prevention tips must be shown on the poster and may include: ·       Using adequate sunscreen, ·       Wearing a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses, ·       Seeking shade when UV rays are … Read More

Oregon Student’s Poster Selected in SHADE Contest

  Congratulations to Catherine L. of Bonny Slope Elementary School in Beaverton upon the selection of her poster as the top entry from Oregon in this year’s SHADE contest! Catherine’s entry resulted from CROET outreach into the schools. The SHADE contest is a collaborative program between the SHADE Foundation of America and the Environmental Protection Agency’s SunWise Program. SHADE and SunWise sponsor this contest, along with other educational programs, in efforts to educate children, their … Read More

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