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motywacyjny do działań prozdrowotnych. Zdr Publ. 2009; 119(1): 33-39. 5. Duda-Zalewska A. Teachers ‘health behaviors versus their professional seniority. Hygeia Public Health. 2012; 47 (2): 183-187. 6. Korzeniowska E. Polscy pracownicy o wykorzystywaniu nowych mediów w edukacji zdrowotnej i promocji zdrowia w miejscu pracy. Studia Edukacyjne. 2012; 23: 163-181. 7. Gajdzik B. Worksite assistance and health promotion activites for employees over 50. Zeszyty Naukowe Wyższej Szkoły Zarządzania Ochrona Pracy w Katowicach. 2014; 1 (10): 91-103. 8. Juczyński Z. red. Narzędzia

to health issues. Health behaviors including washing hands frequently, flushing water before and after going to the toilet, avoiding the eating in the student canteen were widely adopted for some time, but doubts and objections were also raised at the same time. Topics were discussed widely and repeatedly on social media and BBS about the safety of health practices, symptoms of the infections, and precautions to be taken. These issues related to health literacy and health belief influenced students’ decision-making process to choose between maintaining their

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, 10 , 11 , 12 ). This is especially important for melanoma survivors, who have a significantly increased ( 13 ) risk of acquiring second primary melanoma and should be repetitively counselled about the risk and about the importance of preventive health behaviour. To optimize our messages and interventions regarding preventive behaviour, it is crucial to (i) recognize what has changed in health behaviour after the diagnosis of melanoma and (ii) to understand the triggers to the changes. In the literature there is relatively little data ( 9 , 10 , 11 , 14 , 15

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Introduction. The fashion for a tan appeared at the beginning of the twentieth century, in the era of technological progress and urbanization with medical knowledge about heliotherapy and the promotion of the tan by fashion designer Coco Chanel being a contributing factor in it. The International Agency for Research on Cancer classified the UV to the first group of carcinogens but despite these warnings the increase in exposure to UV radiation has been seen in recent years. New solariums have been created around the world so that people can enjoy a tan all year round, no matter what the weather conditions are.

Aim. The aim of the study was to assess the attitudes and behaviors related to UV radiation exposure among residents of Łęczna.

Material and methods. A survey conducted among 180 people inquiring about sociodemographic characteristics and attitudes and behaviours associated with exposure to UV radiation while tanning.

Results. Statistical analysis of the data obtained in the study showed that the socio-demographic characteristics affect the attitudes and behaviour associated with exposure to UV radiation. Suntan is believed to be significantly more fashionable among women, people with secondary education who have no permanent relationships.

Conclusion. There is a need for preventive actions and educational programs concerning the dangers of UV radiation in order to develop not only knowledge but also the correct behaviour in society.

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, 2011;9:143-148. 4. Weatherwax JA, Bray KK, Williams KB, Gadbury-Amyot CC. Exploration of the relationship between parent/guardian sociodemographics, intention, and knowledge and the oral health status of their children/wards enrolled in a Central Florida Head Start Program. Int J Dent Hyg, 2015;13:49-55. 5. Rajab LD, Petersen PE, Bakaeen G, Hamdan MA. Oral health behaviour of schoolchildren and parents in Jordan. Int J Paediatr Dent, 2002;12:168-176. 6. Bozorgmehr E, Hajizamani A, Malek Mohammadi T. Oral health behavior of parents as a predictor of oral health status

Epidemiology (STROBE). Epidemiology, 2007; 18: 805-835 Van der Veer T, Frings-Dresen MHW, Sluiter JK. Health behaviors, care needs and attitudes towards selfprescription: a cross-sectional survey among Dutch medical students. PLos One, 2011; 6: e28038 Van Mechelen W, Hlobil H, Kemper H. Incidence, severity, etiology and prevention of sports injuries. Sports Med, 1992; 14: 82-99 Verhaak PF, Hoeymans N, Garssen AA, Westert GP. Mental health in the Dutch population and in general practice: 1987-2001. Br J Gen Pract, 2005; 519: 770-775 Walker N, Thatcher J, Lavallee D