Victorians support upcoming commercial solarium bans
It's now possible to personalise sun protection information based on your skin type, weight and height and even by the clothes you're wearing.
New Cancer Council data shows that twice as many men over the age of 45 are dying of melanoma than women the same age.
New findings from Cancer Council’s National Sun Protection Survey show Australian adolescents are developing healthier attitudes towards tanning, but there is still room for improvement.
Phillip Island Nature Parks is placing a priority on sun protection for outdoor workers as part of the Victorian WorkCover Authority's Health and Safety Week.
Long-term SunSmart supporter, Moreland City Council is placing a priority on sun protection for outdoor workers as part of the Victorian WorkCover Authority's Health and Safety Week.
Vision 2020 Australia and SunSmart are calling on Victorians to slide on their sunglasses and join in the global efforts to stop avoidable blindness, as today marks World Sight Day.
SunSmart is urging workplaces in Victoria to protect their employees from the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation (UV) or risk paying increased premiums.
Victorian pre-school and childcare services are leading the way in slapping on their hats and slipping on shirts, according to new SunSmart research released to coincide with the program's 18th anniversary in preschools and childcare centres.
Eleven secondary schools across Victoria will receive up to $25,000 for shade, thanks to Cancer Council Australia grants made possible through the eftpos Giveback program.
SunSmart is reminding people that it's just as important to use sun protection while you're at the snow, as it is when you're headed to the beach in summer.
This winter, SunSmart recommends Victorians shelve their summer hats and sunscreen and get some midday sun to help with their vitamin D levels.
On Saturday 15 March 2014, the Victorian Government announced that the Kingston City Council will be the first council invited to apply for a grant under the new Shade Grant project.
SunSmart congratulates Kew High School for leading the way on sun protection with the implementation of a secondary school UV Policy.
As Victoria’s long hot summer continues and sun protection at the front of people’s minds, SunSmart reveals that Victorian early childhood education and care services are leading the way in children’s sun protection.
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