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With summer just upon us, protecting yourself from the sun’s harmful rays is important.
A recent article in TIME magazine reports that new research published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology shows that many Americans aren’t protecting their skin as much as they should. And the problem isn’t only compliance.
The Environmental Working Group recently
released their 2015 sunscreen guide, which reviewed more than 1,700 SPF
products like sunscreens, lip balms and moisturizers. The researchers
discovered that 80% of the products offer “inferior sun protection or
contain worrisome ingredients like oxybenzone and vitamin A.
Dr. Yinsheng Wan is a Professor of Biology at
Providence College. He is a researcher in the effects of ultraviolet
radiation on skin aging and skin cancer.
Dr. Yinsheng Wan,professor of biology;
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