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Seaweed may provide us with ocean-friendly sunscreen

It's one of the dilemmas of vacationing in a tropical seaside location – you want protection from the sun, yet you're told that most sunscreens are harmful to corals and the marine environment. Well, scientists from King's College London may be onto a solution. They've discovered that an eco-friendly compound found naturally in seaweed could keep us from getting burned..
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