Skin Cancer From Sitting In Your Car? With Road Trips On the Rise, So Is Sun Exposure: Here’s What Experts Say

Published Aug 28, 2020

Skin Cancer From Sitting In Your Car? With Road Trips On the Rise, So Is Sun Exposure: Here’s What Experts Say

Even though you're in the car, and may feel like you are "inside," you still need apply sunscreen because of potential exposure through your windows.

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