Sunday, April 4, 2010

Avoiding Hot Sun! Wear a blue shirt and Red

If you want to avoid the heat in the daytime, please usea blue or red wearing. According to researchers in Spain. Even today they are developing heat-resistant clothing from these color

For those who live in hot areas, the findings of experts in Spain could be good news. Clothing manufacturing industry in Spain was currently being developed and tried to apply the discovery to make clothes that are resistant to ultraviolet light.

In his study, as quoted from the Health, researchers tried a few colors like red, blue, yellow and others. And apparently the result of red and blue colors absorb ultraviolet radiation at least.

Ultraviolet radiation (UV) is one known cause of skin cancer. Sunlight is good for health, but not all of its good light. The researchers suggest to avoid the sun between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm to avoid the risk of skin cancer.

"Skin cancer" or melanoma is a disease characterized by the growth of skin cells that are not controlled and can damage surrounding tissue and can spread to other parts of the body.

Early symptoms of skin cancer is easily recognizable and can be cured if found at an early stage. Generally there is a kind of rough skin that feels like a wound in the skin itch. Usually appear behind the palms of the hands, face, ears, neck, lips or forearm.

Characteristics or symptoms of skin cancer is usually indicated by the spots and bumps on the skin. The skin is also more easily followed bloody itching and pain. If the skin has been showing symptoms like this, you should immediately consult a doctor.

The most vulnerable people affected by skin cancer are those aged 40 years and over. Men are also more susceptible to skin cancer than women. While the races, people with light or white skin color are more susceptible to skin cancer than those with dark skin.

Each year, cases of "skin cancer" or melanoma increased in the U.S. and western countries like Australia and England. The findings, published in Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research was expected to be useful for the textile industry and of course to reduce the risk of skin cancer.


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