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June 3, 2013
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A new skin study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine confirms what doctors have long preached. Daily, year-round sunscreen use can significantly slow the skin's aging process by as much as 24 percent.

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Is Sunscreen the Most Effective Anti-Aging Cream?

Is Sunscreen the Most Effective Anti-Aging Cream?

Newsy (June 4, 2013) — A new study in Australia shows sunscreen doesn't only protect against cancer but can also protect against aging of the skin.
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Sunscreens Recalled After Users Catch Fire

Newsy (Oct. 20, 2012) — Reports of users catching on fire forced the maker of Banana Boat sunscreen to recall nearly half a million bottles of their product.
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Newsy (May 20, 2014) — Consumer Reports tested 20 sunscreen brands, and only two of them delivered the level of sun protection promised on the bottle. Video provided by Newsy
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