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It's a conundrum. You want to have fun in the sun, but you don't want skin cancer or — heaven forbid! — wrinkles. Maybe you think you have it made in the shade with sunscreen. But while most sun and skin experts would advise you to slather the...
Los Angeles TimesDespite the constant admonishment to use, then reapply, sunscreen every two hours, the entire product category can be confusing. Here's our cheat sheet: Ultraviolet, or UV, light is the sun's radiation. There are three types of UV light, only two of...
HealthKey.com contributorIf you're concerned about getting skin cancer (as everyone should be), you purchase skin products that contain SPF. But do your products contain a high enough SPF value to protect you from the UVA and UVB rays that can cause skin cancer? SPF—What...
Los Angeles TimesWhen it comes to sunscreens, most consumers are concerned about SPF, brand and price. Typically, they do not turn the bottles around to check out what, exactly, they are slathering on their skin, maybe because they'd be confronted with words such as...
McClatchy/Tribune NewsWill sunscreens protect me? They can help, the FDA says. But take their label claims with a large grain of salt. The FDA has been trying since 1999 to get sunscreen makers to stop using what it calls "unsupported, absolute and/or misleading and confusing...
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...
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