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Scientists find safe way of tanning skin

With the summer heat settling in, many are heading to the beaches and poolsides to soak up the sun's rays, all in an effort get their golden tans. In the winter, many of these same people will resort to artificial tanning beds in the hopes of maintaining these tans year-round. Yet, what many don't think about is the damage this will causing their skin.      There are many dangers to sun exposure, but scientists are looking into different ways of tanning that would avoid these dangerous side effects by removing the use of UV radiation.
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