The Secret: It all adds up Unless you live under a rock or boarded up in your house, every minute out in the sun adds up. "The number of blistering sunburns you had as an adolescent still count -- they will increase your chance of skin cancer later in life," says Reintgen. The same goes for your current routine. Outdoor activities like jogging and playing golf may be great for your ticker, but they could be hurting your health in less obvious ways.
The Solution: Go under cover
There's no need to become a shut-in. Make like a celebrity and step out in UV-blocking sunglasses, broad-brimmed hats and clothing with UV protection. Shapiro also recommends seeking the shade, especially between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., aka peak sunlight hours. The earlier you can schedule your tee time or lace up your running shoes, the better.
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