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I scream – you scream – we all scream when we don’t have SUNSCREEN!

May 17, 2012

Sun Burns HURT!!

A sun tan is the first sign of damage.   Whether we try to or not, many of us gain color (tan) during the summer months.   We wear less clothing and spend more time outside, sometimes hitting whatever body of water we can find.

But here’s an interesting thought.

Ever wonder why many life insurance companies do not cover death by skin cancer?   In looking at the exclusions information from a leading supplemental and cancer coverage company – skin cancer is the only exclusion from their policy.


 Statistics show that Skin Cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States…  there are more new cases of skin cancer than the combined incidence of cancers of the breast, prostate, lung and colon….  and over the past 31 years, more people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined.    (

Yet it’s not covered by insurance like other cancers?   When I called a leading insurance company, the initial response I received was “I don’t know”.     I dug a little deeper, and the primary reason is because they see it as AVOIDABLE!

I guess if you live in a bubble you can avoid cancer entirely.   OK, that might be true.  BUT: it’s not realistic.  Especially in our go-go-go world!     Here’s a simple publication that’s worth the read from the folks at on “How to Protect the Skin You’re In“.

If you’re looking for skin care products that protect your largest organ,  avoid the 10 most Common Environmental Toxins, AND also make you look and feel more Healthy Wealthy YOU!   visit    Because,  What you Don’t Know About Sunscreen –  could just kill you.

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