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By Linda A. Johnson, Associated Press
Understanding your sunscreen may convince you to actually wear it.
By Vicky Stein
Many of the sunscreen recipes on social media make unsubstantiated claims about their sun protection factor, a new study reports.
Why isn't Paul Rudd aging? For his 50th birthday, PBS NewsHour asked three dermatologists for tips on recreating the Paul Rudd effect.
By Nsikan Akpan
Read how legislators in some states are working to make it easier for kids to use sunscreen at school.
By Martha T. Moore, Stateline
By Kerry Hanson, The Conversation
Recognition of the risks posed by UV rays has motivated chemists to study what’s going on in our cells when they’re in the sun – and devise modern ways to ward off that damage.
The FDA announced Tuesday a series of changes in what consumers will see on sunscreen labels beginning next summer. Judy Woodruff discusses the new rules with The Skin Cancer Foundation's Dr. Ali Hendi.
By Maureen Hoch
The Food and Drug Administration released new regulations Tuesday for sunscreens that will require the products to be tested for protection against two types of sun exposure that cause sunburn, premature aging of the skin and skin cancer.
By Jenny Marder
As a cold front settles across the Eastern seaboard, we turn wistfully to thoughts of the sun for this week’s Just Ask! science post. This one comes from a reader, Amanda Teicher, who wants to know: “How does sunscreen work?”…
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