Minden, NV (PressExposure) September 24, 2009 -- /1888PressRelease/ âThe Sun Smart Connection magazine is available free for download from the Skin Cancer Awareness Foundationâs website states William Barth, President and C.E.O. of the Foundation. âOur mission is to advocate the potentially life savings message of skin cancer awareness and prevention with UV protection and sun safety content. We want to connect all community members with this cause and encourage them to participate to make their communities more UV safe and healthy, especially for our kidsâ, concludes Barth.
The summer issue highlights products on the market being used to shade childrenâs playgrounds and outdoor play areas and tips on how to protect oneself from the sunâs harmful rays. Additional inspirational articles by skin cancer survivors, advice from dermatologists, features on sun-safe spas as well as healthy alternatives to tanning are included in the issue.
âTo serve our growing readership in a more efficient manner, we listened to their request for a digital version of the Sun Smart Connection magazine and are pleased to share our first issue with all interested parties,â states Barth. âWith digital Sun Smart Connection, you will be able to keep up with our coverage of important industry topics using the easy digital page turning method,â Barth adds.
âDigital does it and readers can easily navigate to a specific article or subject of interest with a quick key word search and also visit advertisersâ websites by just clicking on their URL link at the bottom of the ads.
âRead how communities across the country are stepping up to become Sun Smart Communities and get ideas and inspiration to make your community a Sun Smart Community for all kids (and parents) to play and enjoy the UV health smart way!â, concludes Barth.
The Sun Smart Connection is available for download and is free of charge: http://www.skincaf.org
For more info contact: Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation William Barth, telephone: 877-478-6227 (Toll Free) info ( @ ) skincaf dot org or visit http://www.skincaf.org