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OTC Sunscreen Ingredients’ Environmental Impacts Likely To Be Growing Discussion, Including At US FDA

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Designating new “critical habitats” off US shores, as proposed by the National Marine Fisheries Service, would require federal agencies “to ensure that actions they plan to undertake, fund, or authorize do not destroy or adversely modify that habitat.” That could factor in the US FDA’s OTC sunscreen review program and potential follow-up on a 2018 citizen petition calling for a ban on "coral-killing" UV filters.

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