BEIJING Cheap Brent Burns Jersey , Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- A documentary on China's economicand social achievements over the past five years is scheduled toair from Tuesday to Sunday at 8 p.m. Beijing time on China CentralTelevision (CCTV).

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Sara spends much of her summer near the beach. She lives in a mild climate and is very athletic. She loves to swim, bike and play games outdoors. Sara knows the dangers of the sun and so she opts for tanning salons to get her 'golden glow' while being sure to apply sunscreen every day before heading out.

Joseph lives in a cooler, northern climate. The summers can be very humid, but most of the year is mild or even below freezing during the harshest winter months. The beach has never been much of a draw for him and he spends most of his time doing indoor activities or at his job. Joseph doesn't worry about sunscreen and only had one sunburn that he can remember and that was when he was a child.

Which of these examples do you most associate yourself with? Did you know that Sara and Joseph are both at risk of developing skin cancer? We have all heard the warnings about the dangers of sun exposure. We know all about the importance of wearing sunscreen and hats. But are YOU protected from skin cancer? Consider these myths and facts:

MYTH ONE: Tanning Beds are Safer than the Sun

20 minutes of exposure in a tanning bed is roughly equivalent to four hours in the sun. Although sun beds use UVA rather than UVB rays, 'The Skin Cancer Answer' states that "UV-A penetrates more deeply into the skin than UV-B, can cause skin cancer, and may suppress the immune system."

MYTH TWO: Wearing Sunscreen at the Beach is Protection

85 percent of UV rays can even make it through on cloudy days. That means you are equally at risk in the car, walking the dog or letting your children out to play at any time of year, even when you're not at the beach. Of course, you are usually less attired at the beach and so covering up is recommended even when wearing sunscreen. Sunscreen also wears off with sweat and water and should always be applied every two hours or after getting wet.

MYTH THREE: Taking Care Of Your Skin Now Will Protect You

Sadly, skin cancer can take 20 or more years to develop. The Skin Cancer Foundation states that most people receive about 80 percent of their lifetime sun exposure before the age of 18. Just one blistering sunburn in childhood is estimated to double the risk of melanoma later in life. Taking better care now will reduce the risk, but not eliminate the damage already done.

MYTH FOUR: Having a Tan Means You're More Protected

Dark skinned individuals are less likely to develop cancer, but tanned skin is actually damaged skin. Repeated tanning injures the skin and increases the risk of skin cancer.

So how do you plan to protect your family this year? Some suggestions are to limit exposure to the sun, especially for infants. Examine your skin for early signs of damage. Use a sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher and apply it at least 30 minutes before exposure and every two hours after that. Teach your children good safety habits and be sure you and they are covered up when outdoors. Have fun and be safe.

MANILA, March 14 (Xinhua) -- The Philippine unemployment rate rose to 6.6 percent in January from 5.7 percent of the same period last year, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) said in its quarterly labor force survey released Tuesday.

The latest unemployment rate is equivalent to 2.761 million Filipinos who were jobless during the period.

"We mainly observe the employment losses in the agriculture sector, which has been greatly affected by typhoons Nina and Auring that hit our country last December and January," said Socioeconomic Planning Secretary and National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Director General Ernesto M. Pernia.

The increase in unemployment rate is also partly due to the temporary election-related jobs, he said. This was also observed in January 2011, a year following the 2010 elections.

Unemployment rates were highest in Ilocos Region (8.7 percent), National Capital Region (NCR) (8.5 percent), Caraga (8.5 percent), and CALABARZON (8.2 percent), said PSA, an attached agency of NEDA.

Among the unemployed persons in January, 69.6 percent were males. Of the total unemployed, the age group 15 to 24 years comprised 44.1 percent, while the age group 25 to 34, 29.6 percent.

By educational attainment, 16.5 percent of the unemployed were college graduates, 14.6 percent were college undergraduates, and 31.1 percent were high school graduates.

With the increase in unemployment rate, employment rate declined to 93.4 from 94.3 percent of a year ago. This translates to 39.3 million employed Filipinos, which is 1.34 million or 3.3 percent lower than in January 2016.

Meanwhile, underemployment, which refers to those who are working but want more work, improved to 16.3 percent or 1.6 million workers, lower from last year's 19.7 percent. This is the lowest rate recorded for all Labor Force Survey January rounds since 2006.

Pernia said the prospects for job generation could be enhanced with the long pipeline of infrastructure projects for implementation on a 247 work mode basis under the current administration.

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