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Sunning Is Now Okay

Let's face it, for decades now, our sun has been demonized. The message from the medical community has been avoid direct exposure and cover up with sunscreen. I remember the anti-sun campaign by the American Cancer Society: "Fry Now

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Sunburn Art is Real & Dangerous

Apparently this thing called "sunburn art" is trending on Twitter. People are posting pictures of the sun-made designs on their bodies, due to carefully applying sunscreen in the shape of flowers and Batman signs

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Skin Cancer Selfie [VIDEO]

I have never been to a tanning salon, but I am a sun worshiper, which is just as bad. After learning about Tawny Willoughby's story on Good Morning America, I might never go outside without sunscreen ever again.

Willoughby is the 27-year-old mom featured in the video, warning others about the realit

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Sunscreen May Fail To Prevent Skin Cancer
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Healthy Skin is Beautiful Skin

Imagine the day when we know what the cure for cancer is, but the ingredient is not approved for public use in the states for another 10 years. That's what has been happening with preventive measures until now. The Sen

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Sunscreen From Everyday Foods

Did you know that a diet rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids along with using sunscreen can lower your chances of skin cancer?

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Consumer Reports Ranks Best Sunscreen

Were you aware that sudden large amounts of sun exposure that cause major damage to the skin increased the risk of melanoma as much as having a family history?

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Some Spray Sunscreens May Ignite Near a Flame

U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials warn that certain spray sunscreens may ignite if they get too close to a flame.

The FDA says some sunscreen spray products contain flammable ingredients such as alcohol which will ignite if they get close to an open flame

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