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Sun safety

A change to a mole isn't the only sign of skin cancer

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Let's be clear about skin cancer. A change to a mole isn't the only sign of skin cancer.

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Be sunsmart - cut your cancer risk

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Too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or sunbeds is the main cause of skin cancer.

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Be sunsmart - enjoy the sun safely (postcard)

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Too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or sunbeds is the main cause of skin cancer.

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Be sunsmart - kids cook quick

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This striking A3 poster of two blonde boys emphasises the fact that children burn more easily and asks parents to keep them covered.

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Be sunsmart - see beyond the tan (women)

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Using sunbeds can cause skin cancer. This leaflet, aimed at women, explains the risk to your health from using sunbeds and redresses some common misconceptions.

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Be sunsmart - see beyond the tan (women, poster)

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This A3 poster highlights the health risks from using sunbeds.

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Beat the heat (poster)

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This poster recommends a series of steps to reduce the risks to health from prolonged exposure to severe heat.

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Beat the heat - staying safe in hot weather

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This leaflet will tell you how to stay safe in hot weather, including how to keep your home cool. It tells you who is at greatest risk of ill health from the heat, how to recognise when you or someone’s health may be affected, and what to do if you or someone else becomes unwell as a result of the heat.

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Heatwave plan for England - looking after yourself and others during hot weather

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A guide to looking after yourself and others in hot weather. This leaflet provides useful information and advice on the hazards of a heatwave, how to recognise the symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke, and how to deal with the effects of too much heat.

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Know the facts about common skin cancers

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There are two main kinds of skin cancer : melanoma, and non-melanoma. This leaflet deals specifically with the more common, non-melanoma types of skin cancer.

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Let's stay safe in the sun

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We all love a sunny day, but it's important to for someone to protect themselves, and to be mindful of how long they've been outside.

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Save our skin/understanding UV

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Ultra violet radiation (UVR) from the sun can cause sunburn and damage to the skin which may lead to skin cancer.

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Skin cancer - don't get caught out (women)

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This A3 poster, aimed at women, highlights the need to protect yourself from sunburn.

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Skin cancer - how to spot the symptoms

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In this leaflet, you can find out about skin cancer and signs to look out for.

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Skin damage - also available in the UK

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This A6 postcard emphasises the impact of the sun in the UK. Someone doesn't have to be abroad to burn and damage their skin.

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Skin damage also availabe in the UK (A3 poster)

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A3 poster, emphasising the impact of the sun in the UK. You don't have to be abroad to burn or damage your skin.

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Skindex / Are you at risk?

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Not everyone's skin offers the same level of protection in the sun. This 'skin type' chart gives an idea of how much care is needed in the sun. The reverse side encourages people to slip on a shirt, seek out shade and slap on sunscreen - and to advise a doctor of any changes to a mole or patch of skin.

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Sunsmart - skin cancer kills more men than women

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This A5 double-sided leaflet shows an enlarged image of a melanoma. The leaflet includes information about sun protection and the signs of skin cancer.

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The ABCD E-asy way to check your moles

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There are three types of cancer and all look different. This leaflet tells explains a few of the changes that might indicate a 'melanoma', which is the deadliest form of skin cancer.

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Want to cut your cancer risk?

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Wanting to cut your cancer risk is a bit of a no-brainer really, isn’t it? Thankfully, there are a whole bunch of ways to enjoy a healthy life and stack the odds in your favour.

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Warning: sunburn can double your risk of skin cancer

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This poster warns that sunburn can double the risk of skin cancer and advises of key ways to avoid burning: seeking shade, covering up, protecting children and applying sun cream generously.

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