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Sunscreen 101


It's that time of year when we start to see the sun fairly often. With more sun comes more exposure to skin-damaging rays.  Sunscreen should be(come) a staple in your daily routine to protect your largest organ, your skin. Chris Huerter, MD, of CHI Health Clinic Dermatology, answers common sunscreen questions and provides some advice on how to be sunscreen savvy in this quick video.

Christopher Huerter, MD
Christopher Huerter, MD

Chris Huerter, MD is a Dermatologist with CHI Health.

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