In this medical health video learn how apparently sun safety isn't high on the priority list for The Midlife Gals. Check out their parody of their own tanning behavior.
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KK: Hello! This is KK of KK and SalGal, I'm one of the Midlife Gals and we're here on the Health Central Network to discuss issues that are important for middle-aged women and one of them is skin care and skin cancer. SalGal is not here, she should be here just momentarily because she has decided that she needed to take a little sun before we had our chat about skin care and skin cancer. She has been gone about eight hours. SalGal: Hello! KK: There is she. This is SalGal, my partner in the Midlife Gals. Sal, did you get some sun, honey? SalGal: I did, it's just a beautiful day out there. Look. KK: Okay, well, SalGal is -- honey, take your glasses off so everybody can see you. SalGal: You could use a little color too, KK, and I have just a thing for you. First you get some Reynolds Wrap and you put it around a piece of cardboard and then you hold it so that it reflects over your face and you get some baby oil, okay, and then you put some eye-dye in it and look what it does. KK: Okay! Well, there's my point exactly. SalGal, what's that? SalGal: Well, I don't know exactly. KK: That was not there eight hours ago. SalGal: Where did it come from now? KK: Okay! Sally, I think that you've gotten a little bit too much sun. This can cause -- SalGal: Oh honey! There is no such thing as too much sun. KK: We need to call Dr. Schultz immediately. Sal Gal: Vitamin D, you know, it gives you Vitamin D that's what the sun does. KK: Do not do this, this is the wrong idea. Till later.
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