In the Northern Hemisphere, the recent calendar page turn from April to May marks the official start of the spring-summer season, the return of shorts and of sand-filled Saturdays. It is also skin cancer awareness month. The thinning ozone and rising temperatures mean it’s more important than ever this year [...]Read more ›
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Yes, it’s officially the last day of summer so the timing of this story is a bit unfortunate. But that doesn’t mean it’s not a good one. There’s a new sunscreen on the market that’s getting some attention, not necessarily for its SPF properties, but for its application technique instead. [...]Read more ›
Global architectural firm Aedas has designed a computer controlled sunscreen to respond to optimal solar and light conditions that can shade the Al Bahar towers when required, and open up when not. The screen is composed of origami triangles made of coated fiberglass and is located two meters away from the [...]Read more ›
Lying out in the sun can be like getting a massage since sunlight has vitamin D, which boosts the release of serotonin. This happy hormone relieves pain and gives you sudden bursts of energy and feelings of pleasure. Yet, sadly, the sun can also damage your skin, and has the [...]Read more ›
Sunscreen is known as a household product that absorbs ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and protects our skin, but if what new scientific research suggests is true, then sunscreen could also be a solution for counteracting global warming. According to chemical engineer Peter Davidson, the key ingredient that could battle [...]Read more ›