Taft Elementary School in Riverside, CA participated in Don’t Fry Day on Fri., May 25 by encouraging students to Slip, Slop, Slap, or Wrap during recess. Students could Slip on a long sleeve shirt or into the shade, Slop on Sunscreen, Slap on a hat or Wrap on sunglasses. Students who practiced these behaviors earned … More Taft Elementary School Kids Participate in Don’t Fry Day
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Last month, the Hawaii legislature enacted a law that bans sunscreens that include two common sun blocking chemicals: oxybenzone and octinoxate. State legislators pointed to a study from the Haereticus Environmental Laboratory that found these chemicals can contribute to coral bleaching and can hinder coral reproductive growth. While the law does not go into effect … More Hawaii Bans Sunscreen Ingredients
Yesterday, the FDA sent warning letters to companies marketing supplemental pills and capsules that purportedly provide protection from the sun. The FDA has not approved any oral medications that can achieve protection from ultraviolet rays and took the step of sending these warning letters to protect consumers from false and misleading claims. Sunscreen is the … More Be Warned: Sun Sunscreen Pills Don’t Work