Translation of sunburn in Spanish:

sunburn

quemadura de sol, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsənˌbərn//ˈsʌnbəːn/

noun

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    quemadura de sol feminine
    • Silicon and other minerals in oats help relieve the itching and inflammation of sunburn, says Cox.
    • Sun exposure in childhood and having more than one blistering sunburn in childhood are associated with an increased risk of melanoma.
    • One severe sunburn early in life doubles the chances of future malignant melanoma.
    • Arthritis, asthma and severe skin reactions to poison ivy or sunburn are just some of the disorders these drugs treat.
    • Finally, a man was admitted to hospital with severe sunburn.
    • The immediate effect of acute excess UV radiation exposure is well recognized amongst the lay public as severe sunburn.
    • For example, a severe sunburn with peeling skin shows p53 in action causing programmed cell death of the skin.
    • UVB causes sunburn and plays a significant role in skin cancers called basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
    • Medical authorities recommend such measures to reduce the risk of sunburn and potential skin cancer due to prolonged exposure to the sun.
    • These health effects include sunburn, skin cancer, cataracts and immune suppression.
    • When I was a kid, I had severe sunburns and skin cancer is in my family.
    • Severe sunburn in childhood can significantly increase the chances of developing malignant melanoma in later life.
    • You're likely familiar with two of the more common sun-induced changes to your skin: suntan and sunburn.
    • Scores of Scots, including several children, needed hospital treatment for severe sunburn during last week's spell of hot weather.
    • While not as common as sunburn, skin cancer is also caused by over exposure to the sun and can be prevented by the same methods.
    • Then research showed that a severe sunburn or continuously tanned skin increases a person's chance of developing skin cancer.
    • Children who have had a lot of sunburns or two blistering sunburns are at a greater risk for getting skin cancer.
    • This may result in severe sunburn that eventually may lead to cancer.
    • Severe sunburn can cause red, sore, tender areas with blistering and peeling.
    • It is also known that melanoma, a potentially fatal skin cancer, is associated with blistering sunburns in childhood.