Monday, April 9, 2012

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"Here’s a generally good rule of thumb: when doctors, dermatologists, and scientists link a purely recreational, easy-to-avoid behavior like tanning to cancer, and the people who are making money off that purely recreational, easy-to-avoid behavior try desperately to refute them, it’s best to err on the side of science and safety."
~Hanna Brooks Olsen

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Katie Wilkes said...

Last summer, I went to a tanning salon to get a spray tan before I went on vacation. It was the first time I'd been to a tanning salon since college (had not been back for obvious reasons since the whole melanoma thing)... and the guy tried to sell ME a freaking UV tanning package. He said, "Tanning beds are so high tech these days they don't cause cancer anymore." I was like... wtf??!?!? are you f-ing serious?!!? Never again. Still irritates me EVERY time I think about it.