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Why is sunlight dangerous

Question asked by: arora22

Asked on: 19 Jun 2009

Sunlight is dangerous because its rays contain a lot of energy - this can warm us up but certain parts of the energy output is in the form of ultraviolet rays and these can damage and dry out the skin and increase the risk of things like skin cancer.
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Replied at: 21 Jun 2009
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