Ultraviolet rays can cause skin cancer, other problems
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(HealthDay News) -- Too much exposure to the sun and its ultraviolet rays can lead to skin cancer, eye damage and other health problems.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says UV rays can:
Lead to different types of skin cancer, including the most serious, melanoma.
Cause what looks like early aging and other changes in the skin's appearance.
Damage the eyes, including causing cataracts.
Suppress the immune system, resulting in reduced ability to fight off illness.
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