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Study proves sunbeds wroglt accused
They say Sunbeds cause skin cancer BUT - is this really the case? All is not it appears to be as the latest study shows....It is a widely held belief that the use of sunbeds increases the risk of developing skin cancer. But now a large-scale study carried out by...More
Sunbed Benefits Outweigh Risks
Critique of the International Agency for Research on Cancer meta-analyses of the association of sunbed use with risk of cutaneous malignant melanomaBecause solar-UV-simulating sunbeds induce production of vitamin D, the health benefits of their use greatly outweigh any possible risks.The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) reported meta-analyses of...More
Sunbeds ARE Efficient at ‘D' Production
Sunbeds ARE Efficient at ‘D' ProductionTanning beds may be even more effective as a vitamin D producer than was previously believed. That's the consensus of research published by Dr. Michael Holick's group at Boston University. Holick's group studied 15 people aged 20-53, tracking their vitamin D blood levels as they...More
Tanning provides greater protection from the sun
Tanning provides greater protection from the sunSource: Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences Allowing the skin to become gradually accustomed to the sun's ultraviolet rays creates effective natural protection from sunlightVeldhoven, 9 May 2011 (SRF). Allowing the skin to slowly become accustomed to UV radiation from sunlight by moderate tanning creates a...More
Truths, Myths and Facts
The Truths And Myths About Indoor TanningSun exposure could actually help prevent cancer. Evidence: It's true. Studies indicating that this relationship exists need to be considered. Many different researchers have shown that regular moderate sun exposure may play a role in preventing several kinds of cancers, including colon and breast...More
Weighing the costs and benefits of using sunbeds
Weighing the costs and benefits of using sunbedsFinally, a group of scientists willing to take on the cosmetic companies and the dermatologists. Professor Johan Moan and colleagues from the University of Oslo compared the risk of using sunbeds to the risk of not using sunbeds. They concluded that IF the...More