Hat use down, sunscreen use up

three girls on beach, only one has hat
Fewer Australians are using hats to protect themselves from the sun and, as a result, are getting sunburnt on their face, head, nose or ears, Cancer Council research shows. The data from Cancer Council’s National Sun Protection Survey reveals that just 44% of Australian adults wear a hat when exposed to UV on summer weekends,

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