Sunscreen Warning Labels On UV Exposure Urged By Medical Researcher
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The use of warning labels on sunscreen products regarding the effects of UV exposure was strongly recommended by Michael Holick, MD/PhD, Boston University School of Medicine, at the National Institutes of Health research workshop on the risks and benefits of exposure to UV radiation in Bethesda, Md. Sept. 17.
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