Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: 'We could see her lungs through her skin' > Health-in-Motion 22 November 2016 Low sun protection factor We all know how important it is to put on sunscreen when we spend time outdoors, but can you get away with products with a low sun protection factor (SPF)? A large Swedish study recently showed that people who use sunscreen with a factor higher than 15 have a 33% lower risk of getting skin cancer (melanoma) compared to those using lower SPF sunscreen. Considering that the incidence of melanoma is increasing worldwide, that’s definitely a finding to take heed of the next time you head out into the sun. 0 More: Daily Dose: 'We could see her lungs through her skin' Health-in-Motion advertisement Other news Fitness SEE: The 6 best types of dogs for runners Fitness SEE: 9 cycling things you cannot do in real life Lifestyle This is why women are more prone to yeast infections in summer Sex 6 women share what it’s really like to have sex with another woman for the first time Medical Knowing too much about your genes might be risky Parenting The breast express: Landmark service gets milk to preemies in need From our sponsors Fill in our quick and easy survey and stand a chance of winning a R2000 voucher! R2000 Skin Renewal online store voucher up for grabs! Dementia and Incontinence: what you need to know 8 strategies for treating both your bladder problems and your depression Live healthier Would you? » SEE: Smoking triples your risk of developing this disease Vaping leads to 'real' smoking by teens Would you quit smoking for money? Smokers who are offered cash incentives are far more likely to give up cigarettes than those who are simply offered tips on how to quit, a study found. Battle through... » 5 ways to boost your immune system in summer 4 reasons your muscles are cramping up Common cold: should you sweat it out? When you’re feeling sick, what kind of exercise, if any, should you be doing?