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Teenage Girls Continue to 'Fake 'n' Bake' Despite Health Warnings

Teens continue to tan despite health risks. Credit: MTC
Ask Snooki from "Jersey Shore." She knows.
There's nothing like that pre-cancerous glow to say, "Hey, boys, I'm young and sexy. Love me now before my skin turns to beef jerky, ...
Teens still use indoor tanning beds despite all the warnings.

Tanning Teens Run High Risk Of Skin Cancer, FDA Warns

Katie Donnar, 18, who frequently used tanning beds, shows the scar from where a melanoma was removed from her leg. Credit: Daniel R. Patmore, AP Tanning beds cause cancer. That's the conclusion of a report by the World Health Organization's canc...

Sandals cause skin cancer

Just in time for summer, we've got a new thing to worry about -- skin cancer on your feet, thanks to flip-flops and sandals. Okay, so it's not really anything new or different -- less coverage means more exposure and more exposure can lead to sunburn...

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