These are confusing times for sun lovers. As groups like the Skin Cancer Foundation and the American Academy of Dermatology warn of soaring rates of skin cancer and laud sunscreen as a critical tool in prevention, consumer advocates like the Environmental Working Group and Dr. Oz are cautioning that many sunscreens don’t protect like they say they do, and contain chemicals that may actually boost cancer risk.
Meanwhile, some researchers su
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