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What clothing will protect me from the sun's UV rays?
I will be going hiking and kayaking in Hawaii next summer, but I concerned about the sun because of my very fair complexion. What are some good choices for clothing to help protect me from the ravages of the sun? Jeff Minneapolis, Minnesota
Are poison-oak treatments really just snake oil?
As anybody who's been hiking on the West Coast knows, getting "poison oaked" is a miserable experience. So, have you ever heard of Zanfel? According to the company's Web site, this soap is supposed to remove the urushiol from poison oak even after you get the rash. Unfortunately, it's really expensiveabout $40 for a one-ounce tube! Does this stuff really work, or is it just snake oil? Rusty San Francisco, California
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