6 Signs of Spending Too Much Time in the Sun

I agree that there’s nothing more relaxing like a summer day at the pool, but too often people ignore the serious warning signs of sun overexposure. Too much sun can lead to heatstroke, sunburn, severe pain and even death. You should know the most common physical symptoms, so you can be safe and still have a good time this summer.

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