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UVB

For alternative meanings, see ultraviolet (disambiguation) Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope Ultraviolet (UV) light is birds. UV light is found in chemical bonds in molecules, even without having enough energy to ionize atoms. welder’s flash. Although ultraviolet radiation is invisible to the human eye, most people are aware of the effects of UV on the skin,

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UVA

UVA or Uva may refer to: [edit] UVA Ultraviolet A, a type of ultraviolet rays (UV-A) Ultraviolet Light Absorber Garner Field near Uvalde, Texas, United States Colleges and universities University of Amsterdam (UvA), one of two universities in Amsterdam, the Netherlands University of Virginia (U.Va.), in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States of America University of Valladolid

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tanning booth

This article needs additional removed. (February 2012) A tanning booth is a device that emits tanning bed, but the design is such that it is intended to be used while standing up, rather than lying down. Tanning booth. Tanning booths generally use 160 watt VHO (Very High Output) or 180 watt VHO-R (Very High Output

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tanning addiction

This article needs additional removed. (May 2010) Tanning addiction is a rare syndrome where an individual appears to have a physical or psychological addiction to This article uses material from the Wikipedia article tanning addiction, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

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Sunscreen

For suntan lotion that intensifies sun exposure, see Wear Sunscreen. Sunscreen (also commonly known as sunblock, sun tan lotion, sun screen, sunburn cream or block out)[1] is a

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Sunburn

For other uses, see Sunburn (disambiguation). Sunburn Classification and external resources A sunburnt back that was partially protected by a bathing suit top. 10

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melanotropin receptor

Melanotropin receptor is a MC1R). [edit] External links Melanotropin receptor entry in the public domain NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms [edit] References  This article incorporates “Dictionary of Cancer Terms”. This expanding it. v t e This article uses material from the Wikipedia article melanotropin receptor, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

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Melanism

The black panther is the prototypical example of melanism. Melanistic fauna of Toronto, Canada Melanistic

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UV-light

UV-Light Ultraviolet (UV) comes in sunshine and from UV-lamps  UV light is found in chemical bonds in molecules, even without having enough energy to ionize atoms. Although ultraviolet radiation is invisible to the human eye, most people are aware of the effects of UV on the skin, called vitamin D (peak production occurring between 295

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