San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer in women. Each year nearly 200,000 women will be diagnosed with this dreaded disease and more than 40,000 will die. Breast cancer is not selective in whom it strikes. Women of all ages and ethnic backgrounds are affected; even men.
This October many people will show their support for a cure by participating in Breast Cancer Walks. For those participants, it is important to remember to protect skin from damaging UV (ultraviolet) sun rays. More than 90% of skin cancers are the result of excessive sun exposure making skin cancer the number one type of cancer for both men and women.
Sun protection should be a daily regimen, so remember these tips before heading outside:
SunGrubbies.com, a leading online retailer of sun protection products is pleased to offers sun protective items for people who want to protect their skin from the dangers of UV sun rays. Visit http://www.sungrubbies.com to find gloves, sleeves, face shields, hats and clothing that have been specifically designed to protect skin from damaging UV rays. The site also has a Pretty in Pink section of fashionable sun protection products as well as UV tips and facts for safety under the sun.
Since the founding of the company in 1997, the mission of SunGrubbies.com has been to provide attractive and comfortable sun protective clothing and accessories of the highest quality and reliability at affordable prices. Many of their products have been approved and recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation and the Melanoma International Foundation. Every product has been laboratory tested for their sun protective ability and every purchase is 100% guaranteed.
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