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The American Cancer Society announced in the last few days
that melanoma rates have jumped 72 percent in the last decade—a statistic for
which they blame the increase in tanning bed use.
Currently, NY prohibits children ages 14 and under from
using tanning beds and requires minors between the ages of 14 and 18 to have
written parental consent, though officials worry this mandate it not being
enforced. While some lawmakers think it’s up to parents to control their kids,
others believe a blanket ban on tanning for the under-18 crowd is simply good
public health policy. A similar law has been proposed in New Jersey and others
are in place in California and Vermont.
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