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Maggie Fox, managing editor for technology and health care at National Journal
Theme parks are an essential part of summer fun. But don't let all that fun in the sun get in the way of taking precautions on your trip.
You don't have to spend a ton to get a sunscreen that protects against ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B radiation.
Read the label carefully the next time you buy sunscreen. Only some sunscreens offer a high degree of protection against both the sun and ultraviolet A rays.