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Avoid This: Getting Burned
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, but it is also one of the most preventable. Apply sunscreen (with a minimum 30 SPF) every two hours when you're outside for more than 15 minutes. And to make sunblock part of your life, follow these tips from three-time melanoma survivor Hillary Fogelson, author of Pale Girl Speaks: A Year Uncovered.

"First, find a favorite. Women will hunt for the perfect lipstick forever, but we don't take the time to test multiple sunscreens. Think about it, though: If a product ends up feeling sticky on your skin, you won't wear it every day. And don't leave home without it. I carry a sunscreen stick in my purse, so I'm never unprepared."

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