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Hit that corner office with the wind nice right.
Well you could be at risk restart from the Food and Drug Administration shows that you -- -- light penetrating through building windows.
Could increase your chances of getting skin cancer so now they have to worry about covering up indoors.
Here now is document Alvarez managing editor for Fox News health dot com that -- don't look like -- -- like yeah yeah.
They've been in this instance and I don't like like another runner up.
-- -- that I wouldn't do that either you know you got that window don't give it up by -- rather kept.
As sunlight but look.
This points out to the fact that there's an increased incidence of melanoma is whether you like it or not and if you look at the growth of melanoma which is the worst cancer you can possibly glad people die every year in this country from a a lot of workers that work indoors.
There's also a statistical rise in coming back in those individuals.
Now fundamentally this whole points out -- research being done by the FDA which is looking at whether it.
Different kinds of rays ultraviolet rays.
You VA's and you -- work differently we know that you VB.
Is that has to do with some burning the aging of the skin when you go outside you VA is more deep penetration rates which causes mutations in the cells.
And people that worked for many hours indoors.
What happens without ultraviolet letting go through the window it breaks down some of the vitamin.
So therefore you also are addressed.
Now it comes the good news this is going to -- see this soldier -- silver lining in everything.
This is going to lead the FDA to look at the different creams that a lot of people -- because right now one in five greens really have any kind of decent protection.
There's a lot of you know marketing of these products overseas and made in China made heavyweight who want to think about quality control is not there you know -- old now talking about quality control.
So alternately now the FD is gonna say look if you put up a label that says sun protection.
Now should be sunburn protection.
And he should have the chemicals and there's a lot of wonderful chemicals natural chemicals are being coming on the market to be on these greens to prevent.
You from getting melanoma and skin cancer which are an epidemic proportion so that don't look at me like if I'm bringing you.
News two points number one if you got a corner office things pretty good yeah -- you get that point number two.
Some sun is good I don't know that nobody else but but I depressed if I don't have enough snow it is outlets I -- and I wrote a little sunburned and walk around one when I saw the story this morning from -- produces a person has said god I'd rather have you know be a little bit happy.
And get a little sunlight because -- -- not -- -- -- -- -- -- and Larry as I can't get tired and -- some sunshine that's right from the sunshine which is really not.
Not terrible for you but listen to me.
Skin cancer is on the rise and when you talk about melanoma.
My friend you talking about sometimes.
If you have advanced melanoma there's very little things people can do to -- so you know.
He got to balance things out that means trusting.
According to why it.
Well do people need to Wear sunscreen even if -- indoors if you have a big window in your office and he allows sunlight and you kinda like to get the light in your body.
Trust me -- -- make -- that -- -- some protection issuers and cream in your body and has some some protection -- looking at you when he did your nice I got some in my office.
Acronym -- -- look at now look how beautiful it is.
It's ten and yet but that's because they look -- I could get real.
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