Study: 7 Sunscreen Chemicals Can Be Absorbed Into Bloodstream After 1 UseSeven chemicals commonly found in sunscreens can be absorbed into the bloodstream at levels exceeding safety thresholds after just one use.
Sunscreen Bill Moves Forward In Florida House Of RepresentativesWith the full Florida Senate ready to take up the issue, a Florida House panel Tuesday approved a bill that would block local governments from regulating over-the-counter drugs and cosmetics.
Florida Senate Moves Quickly To Thwart Sunscreen BansThe Florida Senate is moving quickly to prevent towns like Key West from banning the sale of sunscreens that contain potentially coral reef harming chemicals.
So, Which Sunscreen Will Not Harm You? Read On!Choosing a safe but effective sunscreen is becoming a pain in the brain.
Sunscreen Chemicals Enter Bloodstream After One Day Of Use, Study SaysA new report in the Journal of the American Medical Association is raising concerns about the ingredients in sunscreen.
Having Fun In The Florida Sun Means Sunscreen, But Which OneWith Summer-like temperatures this Spring, more and more people are spending days the beach, at parks, boating, or just being outside in general.
Florida Senators Look To Wipe Away Sunscreen BansA Senate panel on Tuesday approved a bill that would threaten local governments with hefty fines if they prohibit the sale of certain sunscreens.
Miami Beach Commissioners Vote Not To Ban Sunscreen Ingredients Experts Say Harm Coral ReefsThe Miami Beach City Commission met Wednesday morning to discuss an ordinance that would ban two ingredients experts believe harm coral reefs.
Key West Takes First Step To Ban Certain Sunscreens Key West has taken the first step toward banning the sale of sunscreens that contain ingredients that some consider harmful to coral reefs.
Summertime Sunscreen Myths BustedAs we sweat out the peak of summer, it's more important than ever to protect yourself from the sun.
Do Higher SPF Sunscreens Make A Difference? New Study Says YesFor years, there has been debate about whether using sunscreen over SPF 50 really makes a difference. Now a new study suggests you may want to go higher for better protection.