Sunscreen Application: A Contact Sport

The Sunday NY Times (June 30, 2013) has a fine photo essay on sunscreen application to kids in New York City.  It’s a fun collection that OJCPCD readers may appreciate: Adults wear sunscreen to reduce the threat of sun damage, skin cancer, uneven tan lines and wrinkles. Children wear [sunscreen] because they have to. Inspired by seeing his niece resist his brother’s attempts to apply sunscreen, the photographer Nolan Conway visited parks in New York City in late April and early May, looking for parents and children who were engaged in similar battles. Genevieve Chamorro, who was at Brooklyn Bridge Park with her sons, Oliver and Sebastian, says her sons … Continue reading

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