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When It Comes to Sun Safety …
How Enlightened Are You?
Test your sun safety I.Q. Take our quiz on the
back cover of this issue.
Cover photo: HAP members Laura Wright,
Christine Zoya-Haynes and Louise Nunn-Walton
in the Gracia Greenhouse stall at the Royal Oak
Photo by: John Sobczak
Sun Safety Quiz Answers
Is Good Health Contagious?
Find out how your social
connections can influence
Respite from a Hot Flash?
A simple technique for cooling
Pull Out the Shades
Remember your sunglasses.
Uh Oh, Snap!
Check Up On the Kids
schedule a well child visit.
How Enlightened are You?
Sun Safety Quiz
Women Helping Women
HAP Wise Woman
share their lifestyle tips.
You Ask. We Answer.
HAP answers your questions.
The Power of a Mantra
Do You Need a Tech
downtime you need.
HAP Wise Woman
Fat Family Fit
Family How We Beat Obesity
and you can too
We’ve got the latest
on recommended daily
allowances for the sunshine
Get Farm Fresh
Get to your
local farmers market.
Baked Rhubarb with
Wise Women Stay Strong
Take strength training beyond
the bench press.
Calendar of Events
29 Ways to Unplug in Metro Detroit
Diane Edwards, R.N.
Irita Matthews, M.P.H., J.D.
Donna M. Nuznoff
Susan Schwandt, A.P.R.
Senior Marketing Specialist
Sun Safety Quiz Answers:
Sunscreen doesn’t provide total
protection, so avoid the sun at midday.
“Water resistant” sunscreens
may only last 40 minutes in the water, and
they rub off when you towel dry.
Sunscreen manufacturer’s formulas must
retain their original strength for at least
three years. Check expiration dates.
Indoor tanning exposes you to ultraviolet
rays similar to the sun – sometimes more.
Even occasional exposure to strong
sunlight can increase risk of skin cancer.
You can be exposed to ultraviolet
rays through car windows.