Sunlight UV damage to skin persists even after dark

Cancer
"Moving immediately into the shade does not stop sun damage, as UV rays can continue damaging skin cells hours after exposure," The Guardian reports. A study has found evidence that damage to DNA can continue after initial exposure…

"Moving immediately into the shade does not stop sun damage, as UV rays can continue damaging skin cells hours after exposure," The Guardian reports. A study has found evidence that damage to DNA can continue after initial exposure…

Article Metadata Date Published: Thu, 7 Dec 2017
Author: Zana Technologies GmbH
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NHS Choices