The French Anti-Crisis Association has warned about the dangers of melanoma, as well as about the French day-to-day information, where half of the population believe that the adult child's burn does not adversely affect his health.
This summer, the anti-cancer association warns of the possibility of sun exposure in accordance with Pierre Bianvolt's report published in the French newspaper La Croix, "Do not let your skin cancer occur. Try yourselves ".
"Melanoma's disease increased threefold from 1980 to 2005," says the community, whose average annual growth over the last eight years is more than 3.4% in people every year. In 2017, 15404 new cases of skin diseases were registered in France, resulting in 1,773 deaths.
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These statistics show that the French are still not fully aware of the threats. "More than 20 years have passed since information campaigns have intensified, but reports have been denied," said Dr. Luc Solimovic, President of the National Dermatologists' Dermatologist.
According to France's 2015 national health agency, 95% of French know that sun exposure causes cancer.
One tenth of the French considers that one-use sunblock is enough to protect the skin, while 20% of French think that skin is still less skin-damaged.
Half of the respondents believe that the sun has no impact on the adults, and in reality, it does not wipe out all of the time.
Indeed, the child's sunburn, especially with skin bubbles, increases the risk of adult melanoma in people who have plenty of skin or who have family skin cancer.
Dr. Solimovich advises "to give more attention to him when he is exposed to radiation in his youth." They have no problem.
"At that time the information about the melanoma was limited. The most important thing was the insufficient idea that gave good food to the post-war period and to the growth of the sun and children who had vitamin D, "he explained.
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Many Frenchmen tend to be married in time, becoming a real "social indicator". This is reflected in the French National Healthcare Agency 2015 scale.
Research has shown that, "By the end of the 19th century, white skin was given priority, and the lifestyle of the most prominent groups was reflected. Signifying that tanning belongs to vulnerable social groups, it is connected with the external work of a hard-working class or ethnic origin. "
It was transformed by an industrial revolution, because workers did not exist in factories, but in factories. So, the resorts started to develop during the second French empire. Gradually, pale or pale skin is no longer a sign of wealth, but an indicator of poverty and poor health. In 1936, this development was reinforced by the beginning of paid holidays.
"Leisure, outdoor sports, relaxation or excursions can be a standard of beauty, luck and fun, and a symbol of material prosperity," says AFP.
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