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Dutch Cancer Council new sunlight recommendations

For many years the Dutch Cancer Council, just like most of their peers in other countries, was recommending people to stay away from tanning under the midday sun and always protect the skin with sun-blocking lotions. They were all misled by inflated statistics over melanoma-diagnoses handed to them by dermatologists employed by large cosmetic companies.

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Regular Indoor Tanners are high on vitamin D

Regular Indoor Tanners Are High On Vitamin D

Regular indoor tanners have almost three times more vitamin D than people who do not use sunbeds. New and sensational statistics from The Grassrootshealth (www.grassrootshealth.net) demonstrate clearly the benefits of regular use of sunbeds for your level of vitamin D. Their D*action project is an international public health project to solve the vitamin D deficiency

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Skin Cancer Awareness Day And Its Puppet Masters

4 December is ”Skin Cancer Awareness Day” in the European Parliament in Brussels. “Skin Cancer Awareness Day” is a joint initiative by the Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL), European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) and Euromelanoma. The host for “Skin Cancer Awareness Day” is MAC (MEP’s Against Cancer) and the event will take

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Jennifer Aniston: “Going In The Sun Is Important”

Finally, a star who dares to tell the truth about sunshine! In an interview published on DigitalSpy, Jennifer Aniston spills her secrets about a healthy lifestyle that includes sunshine for vitamin D. “I think it's really about – honestly, this is going to sound so silly – going in the sun for 20 minutes a day

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Red Light Therapy Tanning Beds for skin rejuvenation

Red Light Therapy Tanning Beds For Skin-Rejuvenation

Red Light Therapy Tanning Beds for Skin-rejuvenation. Does the fear of wrinkles and premature aging of your skin keep you away from using sunbeds? In that case red light therapy tanning is for you. Story at a glance: Hybrid Sunbeds, with both UV- and Red Light Therapy tanning lamps, give you a soft, gentle, tan as well

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Green Light For European Indoor Tanning?

Will Green Light Therapy Sunbeds Be Mandatory For European Indoor Tanning? The rumor about what will be in the new regulations for commercial indoor tanning within the European Community was leaked today, April 1st, from the working group in Brussels. One of the most revolutionary and interesting novelties in the new European sunbed rules is said to

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DUTCH HEALTH COUNCIL CRITICIZES IARC

The Health Council expresses major reservations concerning the decision recently taken by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to raise the category of UV-radiation and solariums to cancer risk category one and says that the supporting scientific documents provide no basis for this. The Council states that “sunbathe sensibly and in moderation. As

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No More #FAKENEWS About Sun Exposure. The President Signs Order

Today, April 1, 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order making “Embrace the Sun” obligatory for medical students to study and follow. As always. President Trump announced his decision to the World with a tweet … The Tanning Guru's comment Unexpected, but about time sunshine gets the credit it deserves as the best prophylactic against

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Hello tanners!

It's no use to deny it – I am devoted to tanning for health and Vitamin D.  Not only to my healthy tanning but mainly to yours.  Therefore I am starting this blog in order to share with you my thoughts about tanning and how you can get the most out of your time in

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Is Melanin A Natural Sunscreen?

Is Melanin A Natural Sunscreen?

Does Melanin Work Like A Natural Sunscreen During Tanning? Melanin is what many dark-skinned people want to have less of, while many white-skinned people wish to have more. Melanin is the pigment that gives our hair, skin and eyes their color. It is produced, not only in the skin, but also in many internal organs.

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