Posted December 30, 2019 07:27:27 The dark sides of beer are well known, especially when you’re in the middle of a dark night.
The darker the night the more light there is.
It is one of those things that has been talked about for decades, but what is not discussed is that it is also what happens to those with light skin.
For some people, a busch is a light skin boy, or light skin girl, or whatever the case may be.
They’re able to drink beer and enjoy a great night out, and many are very happy with that.
For those who have dark skin, the dark side is the opposite.
The dark skin is the ones who are constantly getting sunburned and sunburn-like symptoms.
This is because the light skin is exposed to the sun.
The dark skin also has a greater chance of getting cancer, as the skin cells in their bodies become less sensitive.
The darker the skin, and the more exposed to UV rays, the higher the risk of developing melanoma.
It’s estimated that about half of people who have melanoma have light skin, which is also the reason why those with darker skin are more likely to get cancer.
“Light skin is like a bucket of water,” Dr Sarah McEwen from the National Institute of Health’s National Cancer Institute, said.
“If it’s not properly protected from the sun, there’s a lot of risk.
So the best thing you can do is protect your skin from the light and get as much sun as possible.”
The light skin person needs to be aware of all the ways they can get sunburn and sun-related skin conditions.
“They are at risk for having skin conditions such as sunburn, or sunburns, or melanoma, and those are all related to UV exposure, and they are also more likely than other people to have a lot more skin cancer,” Dr McEwan said.
For people with dark skin to drink and enjoy beer, it is important that they do not expose their skin to the light or UV rays.
“The best thing is to keep your skin clean and dry, and keep your sunburn to a minimum, because it’s very hard to get it under control,” Dr McDermott said.
The good news for those who don’t have light or dark skin on a regular basis is that there are ways to reduce the risk.
“If you can keep your light skin protected and not exposed to sunlight, you will also be able to avoid the skin cancer risks,” Dr McGarry said.
This article first appeared on News.co.au.