The sun’s rays reflect off your cell phone screen, often hitting your face, leaving you exposed to higher levels of UV rays and sun damage to your skin, a new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology has found.
The sun’s rays reflect off your cell phone screen, often hitting your face, leaving you exposed to higher levels of UV rays and sun damage to your skin, a new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology has found. Nease MCT
The sun’s rays reflect off your cell phone screen, often hitting your face, leaving you exposed to higher levels of UV rays and sun damage to your skin, a new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology has found. Nease MCT

Another reason to put down your phone — especially when you’re outside

October 31, 2016 06:36 PM

UPDATED October 31, 2016 06:36 PM

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About Dr. Leslie Baumann

Dr. Leslie Baumann

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Dr. Leslie Baumann founded the University of Miami Cosmetic Medicine and Research Institute at UM in 1997 and served on the faculty, most recently as a Professor.