Do you put sunblock on every time you step out for a run? Chances are you don’t, and you’re not alone. According to a recent study done in Australia, only about 56% of marathoners regularly use sunscreen, and compared to non- runners had a higher amount of atypical moles. Another interesting fact is that we all know we can get sick
after a long run or a race, but this decreased immunity also leaves you more vulnerable against skin damage.