I want to start to write articles about random stuff and decided to put affiliate links in it, after I write a topic, where should I put my affiliate links, should I add at the end "for more info click here" or something like that I know I have a lot of misspelling but please overlook that, give me your advice where to put my affiliate link. P.S. You are free to use this article where ever you want and you can also put your affiliate links in it if you want to. Peace!!!! The article: 7 Common Myths About Sunbathing 10 minutes on the open sun gives the organism enough vitamin D, and the UV rays are dangers even on cloudy days so you need to protect yourself all the time Myth #1: I use the suncream all the time, I can do a little without it. Many think that that you can sunbathe without suncream with protecting factors. However, that's one of the biggest mistakes, say dermatologists. Sunbathing , but intensive sunbathing is connected with the higher risk of melanoma and Basal cell carcinoma . The skin produces each day a particular amount melanin, enough for a small expusure to the sun, however, suddnely exposing yourself to the UV rays can damage the DNA and you can risk skin cancer. Myth #2: For enough vitamin D it's necessary to be on the sun constant. An adult man need about 15 micrograms of vitamin D per day for strong bones and good immunity. That amount you can get with a shirt with no sleeves and being in the open for 10 minutes. Myth #3: Almost 80% of damage from the sun happens before you're 18. About 23% of damage from the sun happens before you're 18. However, the enzymes in the body are working to fix that and the better the body is protected the better they do their job. That's why you should use a suncream with factor 30 every day. Myth #4: The sun is dangerous between 10 in the morning and 4 afternoon. UV rays are dangerous even during cloudy days, especially if you sit near the sea or a lake. The rays are reflected from the surface of the water and are more intense than usual, so it's recommended to apply cream every 2 hours. Myth #5: You don't need to be extra careful for your arms and legs, they're not sensitive as the face. The most common place where melanoma shows up by women is on the calf or on their torso, so it's important to take care of all body parts. Using cream or wearing long airy clothes will protect you from the harmful sun rays. Myth #6: Suncream is carcinogenic. An American study on mice has discovered that some suncream contain oxybenzone which increases the risk from melanoma. It disturbed the the hormone production in the body, and because of the cell damage it causes it also increases the risk of getting skin cancer. However, there is no scientific evidence that oxybenzone is harmful for the people. Despite that, dermatologists recommend to use creams based on natural herbs. Myth #7: People with dark skin should not have to fear skin cancer Darker skin contained more melanin than light skin which gives extra protection to the skin, however that is not enough. People with middle dark skin have a natural protective factor 13, but that is not enough protection from cancer or wrinkles. They need to use a cream with a protective factor 30. Especially Afro Americans by which melanoma mostly appears on palms and feet. Risk of death is bigger by these people more because cancer is hard to see and it spreads fast.