Black people: Don’t skip the suntan lotion, identify the skin damage risks

Are black people more at risk of eczema?

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Summer is coming to a close on Monday. But for brown-skinned people who live in hot-weather climates, summer is all yearlong. With that perk comes the need to decrease sun damage on our skin. While I can only speak for myself, purposely sitting in one spot to “tan” is…

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