Tanning

Do You Still Tan Despite the Risks? – Survey of the Day
Do You Still Tan Despite the Risks? – Survey of the Day
Various medical studies have found that tanning, whether it be done under natural or artificial light, can greatly increase your risk of skin cancer. If anyone’s a prime example of that, it’d be Patricia Krentcil. Despite this blatant fact, a new survey from the American Academy of Dermatology has found that younger people, in particular, are still embracing tanning.
Anti-Tanning PSA Shows Women Burning Themselves With Waffle Irons and Toasters [VIDEO]
Anti-Tanning PSA Shows Women Burning Themselves With Waffle Irons and Toasters [VIDEO]
“Indoor tanning is out,” says the Canadian Dermatology Association, who’ve placed tanning beds squarely in their crosshairs with a new web PSA that shows young women singing their skin with a clothes iron, toaster and waffle iron. Ouch. The CDA hopes these exaggerated examples of frying one’s skin hammers home the dangers of tanning. According to their website: