Sunscreen Warning Labels On UV Exposure Urged At NIH Workshop
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Use of warning labels on sunscreens to inform consumers UV damage may occur despite use was strongly recommended by Michael Holick, MD/PhD, Boston University School of Medicine, at the National Institutes of Health research workshop on UV risks and benefits in Bethesda, Md. Sept. 17.
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