I'm a grad student conducting research that involves zapping mosquitoes with UV light, and it's starting to make me paranoid about sun exposure. I know several entomologists who look DECADES older than they are after spending years in the field.
I'm wondering how different people deal with sun-exposure day after day while on tour. Anyone go out of their way to cover up skin (long sleeves, etc.)? or just sunscreen up? Do any of the old-timers (pardon the term) notice any long-term effects after many years of touring?
Of course, staying indoors just isn't worth it, so I won't let the paranoia stop me. This is probably an issue where the benefits outstrip the costs.