Speech to Text for Protecting and checking your skin from sun exposure
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years old. and rj josephson work most days out in the sun at the corner of east main street and north river avenue in medford. serving beef and chicken at their stand called bento central. jolie before i get to work i put on suncreen. laughing not when i get here. the couple is very cautious of the sun they use an umbrella on top of the suncreen. jolie in particular is so cautious of skin cancer she sees the dermotologist every six months. jolie cause i'm always in the sun so just want to make sure even though they say i'm least likely to have skin cancer i defintely want to make sure i don't. leah says, " there is an easy way for you to see what the uv index is in your area. just head to epa dot gov." here you can search uv index in the search box and come to this page. "when you get to this screen just type in this box and you can see today's uv index" kelly the months of april through october are going to be your highest uv index. dermatologist kelly schneider at medford-derm says no sun is good sun though. she looks at countless moles a day to check for meonma or skin cancer. kelly the warning signs that we typically look for though typically are your a,b,c,d,e this is something you can look at, at home. a for your moles asymmetry appearance. b for border, is it irregular. c for color variation. d for diameter anything larger then 6 mm which is the size of a pencil eraser. kelly but to me the most important letter to remember in that acryonom is letter e which is evolution. is it changing? dermotologist schneider says even if you don't get skin cancer too much sun can give you wrinkles or skin discoloration. jolie i don't want to have wrinkles or skin cancer. in medford leah thompson newswatch 12. [a20]first weather-stinger turning now to our