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    Tanning

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    know about tanning? Tanning consists of a wide variety of ways to accomplish that golden glow. The benefits of tanning continue to be discovered and are unknown to many. Different types of artificial tanning made their way into our generation and continue to gain popularity. Naturally tanning, believed to be healthier for our skin, isn’t always the case. But, risks of tanning also provokes the people against tanning. Skin cancer became a threat in 1980 when scientists realized tanning was a risk

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    Tanning and its Risks

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    Tanning and its Risks Liza Schenkel, a 2002 graduate of Ball State University, visited her dermatologist for a routine checkup, and asked her doctor to take a look at some spots on her body that looked abnormal. She said: "I had noticed a spot on my chest that didn't look right. This spot changed colors during the summer months, was raised from the skin, and had a peculiar shape." These were all warning signs of melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer. Schenkel’s doctor immediately

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    Artificial Tanning

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    Artificial Tanning Jim Rice loved the way tanning made him look and feel, that is, until he became personally affected by the dangers that came with the frivolous glitz and glamour of a nice tan. Artificial tanning has become a sub-culture for youths across the nation. Those who do not go tanning are a minority and those who do tan ignore the health risks posted in every tanning booth and bed in the state of Massachusetts. However, for Jim Rice, a middler chemical engineering major at Northeastern

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    Benefits Of Tanning

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    thing some girls do, which is tanning. Two main questions you have to ask yourself is it healthy? And will it cause skin cancer ? Well to answer both of those questions you can get skin cancer, and it is healthy for you. Only some parts of it is healthy though, not all of it. And thats what we will be explaining in this paper today. We both do tan so we’re not against it and see the good thing about tanning. Not everyone has to be on our side, some people may like tanning naturally better to begin with

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    The Dangers of Tanning

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    Spring is finally here, and Spring Break and the Senior Prom are around corner. The teenagers and the college kids are planning a drive to the tanning salons or a day at the beach. The media has instilled in women that tan skin is a sign of youth and sex appeal. Some people go to the tanning salons and others spend hours outside in the sun to achieve the sun goddess look. Many don’t realize the dangers that come with the sun or a box with light bulbs that has more UVA radiation than the sun does

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    The Risks of Tanning

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    Self image is an important thing to many people, but is it worth all the risks? In the year 2012, 8,650 died of melanoma cancer, every person that has or have used an indoor tanning bed is at a 74% higher risk of getting melanoma than those who have never tanned before (“Skin Cancer Foundation”). Tanning beds were actually accidentally invented; they were first made to give more vitamin D to people who could not get enough by being outside. This lamp, which was used to help the people who needed

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    Tanning Crisis

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    Every day millions of women and men interrupt their daily lives and visit tanning beds in order to achieve new levels of darkness. The darkness of this practice goes further than merely skin deep when the risks of tanning are considered. Indoor tanning is a fad that has heavily caught on in recent years. Indoor tanning has made it possible for anyone to catch those rejuvenating rays without having to be on the beach during their once a year vacation. It is easy to start and to continue to tan because

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    Tanning Bed

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    lamps of a tanning bed can do more than just tan us. UV rays are harmful and dangerous, and as dangerous goes they can cause cancers. Developing cancer from an activity should be deterrent enough to stop people from purposefully tanning in tanning beds. So, where to begin. Tanning salons advertise that tanning

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    Essay On Tanning

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    Do tanning (ultraviolet light based) treatments increase your risk of skin cancer? People from all over the world have always loved to spend time in the sun to get the nice tan color to their bodies. Tanning is what happens when one spends too much time out in the sun. When someone tans, he or she receives a darker shade to their skin tone than what they truly are. The person’s skin tone usually takes a couple of weeks, sometimes even a couple of months to go back to what their regular skin tone

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    Troubles with Tanning

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    past decade, artificial tanning has become much more popular, especially with teenage girls and younger women. More tanning salons have been built and there are more tanning companies than ever. Of course, naturally tanning is still just as popular. What some people don't realize are the actual effects of tanning. It can cause many medical problems. Instead of tanning, people should think about the dangers they are putting their body through and why they are even tanning in the first place. While

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