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UV Protective Swimsuits Provide Effective Skin Protection Against UV Rays

Posted by ecostinger on 9th Feb 2016

UV is one of the major reasons for sun burns, temporary snow blindness and other effects of over exposure to sunlight and heat. When UV is mixed with the effects of water exposure when swimming, it can result in varying skin effects and sores. This is why designers of swim costumes strive to produce protective fabrics and swimsuits that can prevent the effects of UV. UV protective swimsuits have b …
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Skin Protection – A Look At UV Radiation And Other Factors

Posted by ecostinger on 30th Dec 2015

Fact remains that skin protection is among the most talked about topics when it comes to human health. In fact, research and discussion surrounding this issue has been rising in the last decade as people seek to solutions to protecting the skin against different elements. As the largest organ in the human body, the skin is most exposed to the environment. This means it is also the most susceptible …
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Swimming Sports In America Is Becoming A Popular Water Activity

Posted by ecostinger on 30th Dec 2015

Swimming sports in America has become a great activity. Swimming as a sport allows most people to use their leisure time and at the same time pursue health and fitness interests. Swimming interests Americans of all classes, ages, races and social status. Swimming has brought with it competitions that bring awards to America and to many individuals, swimming is a full time career. Billions are spen …
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Vitamin C

Posted by ecostinger on 16th Nov 2014

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for humans. It is a water-soluble vitamin that is necessary for normal growth and development. Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all our body parts it also helps the body make collagen which is an important protein used to make skin, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels. Vitamin C is needed for healing wounds, and for r …
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