Preventing second-degree burns caused by the sun

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- With the official start of the summer, people will spending a lot more time outdoors in the sun.  Doctors have already seen the toll the suns dangerous rays can take on the body – causing serious burns.

According to Dr. Darrell Nelson of Wake Forest Baptist Medical center, doctors have seen six cases of second-degree burns this year. Not caused by the fire or boiling water, but by the sun.

Sheeka Strickland reports.