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Entertainment ReporterSummer in Texas means hot weather, hanging out by the pool, and wearing lots of sunscreen, but with so many products on the market, how do you know which ones are the best? The 33's Entertainment Reporter gets some expert advice and tells us whats the...
Tribune reporterCrystal Lake, Illinois' Peggy Lim has a healthy respect for the sun's powerful ultraviolet rays, and on a recent shopping trip she agonized over choosing a sunscreen for her three children. "I've always heard the higher the SPF (sun protection factor)...
Crystal Lake's Peggy Lim has a healthy respect for the sun's powerful ultraviolet rays, and on a recent shopping trip she agonized over choosing a sunscreen for her three children. "I've always heard the higher the SPF (sun protection factor) the better,...
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ReporterWhat to wear, how much to put on and when to put it on. It's a lot to think about. Virginia Mason's Dr. Renata Jenkin says think about this: There are three kinds of ultra-violet rays. UV-C: which is blocked by our ozone layer. "Which is a good thing...
Tags: Health, Cancer, Drugs and Medicines, Avobenzone (drug)
KIAHPeople have relied on them for years to get that so called "healthy glow," but now a leading, global research group says tanning beds are a significant cancer hazard. The World Health Organization is now categorizing tanning beds under the highest cancer...
Staff reporterInternational cancer experts are warning people about the dangers of tanning beds. They say the beds and other sources of ultraviolet radiation can cause cancer and are as deadly as arsenic and mustard gas. A trade association disputes the reports,...
Tags: Skin Cancer, Cancer
MORE magazineIn short (because they sure won't grow long anymore), your nails stop behaving after you turn 40. So here are some helpful short- and long-term solutions for younger looking hands and nails, from MORE magazine. 10-Minute Solutions 1. File tips into a...
Tags: Personal Service, Hands, Death
McClatchy NewspapersWe couldn't do without the sun. It keeps us warm, fuels photosynthesis so we have spinach to eat and helps our bodies make vitamin D. We couldn't see across the street without the sun. But it also has a dark side. Do we even dare sunbathe these days?...
Medical reporterThe dangers of tanning beds. A new report compares them to smoking, even arsenic when it comes to the danger. But the tanning industry is fighting back saying those studies are blinding people with hype. Matthew Turner, owner, Halsted Street Beach...
Tags: Dermatology, Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Sunburn, Cancer
Summer brings its own brand of fun -- and injuries. Here's what doctors say families should carry to be prepared: Sunscreen. Use brands with an SPF of at least 15 that blocks UVA and UVB rays. Sunburn relief. Aloe vera gel and medicines with...
Premium Health News ServiceAs your teenager is putting on sunscreen this summer, remember that their eyes are just as vulnerable as their skin is to sun damage. Consider: -- The eyelids are a common place where skin cancer can occur on the face. The most frequent type of eyelid...
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