understanding the danger of tanning bedsWritten by Guido W. Stiehle
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Additionally, using indoor tanning on a short-term basis commonly causes itchy, dry skin while long-term use causes wrinkled and sagging skin. Making things more difficult is fact that many people also take tanning accelerants as a way of speeding up tanning process. However, these accelerants contain tyrosine derivatives and amino acid tyrosine, both which are ineffective and have possibility of being dangerous. Even so, manufacturers push these products while Food and Drug Administration has not approved them.
Without doubt, tanning beds have become an extremely popular option for maintaining a tan throughout year. Just remember that in exchange for golden glow, body is negatively affected. In fact, because tanning beds emit from 50% to 100% amount of UV rays than from natural sunlight, you would be safer lying out on beach for a few hours. If you want to tan, be wise about amount of time spent and frequency of using indoor tanning beds.
Guido W. Stiehle provides tips for the safe use of tanning beds and other interesting tanning information at www.tanninginfocenter.com
Nevada School of Pharmacy: Jobs And Respect, Right Out of SchoolWritten by Anna Henningsgaard
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In addition to all these perks -- multiple job offers, flexible hours, respect, personal relationships, community involvement -- pharmacists are educated to recognize signs and symptoms of a biological attack. This knowledge puts pharmacists in forefront of defense against risk bioterrorism. Thus, educated pharmacists will be in a position to play a major role in protecting population should terrorists employ biological weapons against us. GA
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