Without laws, many tanning salons wou...

Without laws, many tanning salons would allow kids

There are 2 comments on the WOIO story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Without laws, many tanning salons would allow kids. In it, WOIO reports that:

More than 40 percent of indoor tanning facilities doing business in Missouri -- a state where the practice is unregulated -- say that tanning is totally risk-free, a new survey reveals, with the vast majority indicating that their doors are wide open to children as young as 10.

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Steve

South Jordan, UT

#1 Feb 25, 2013
Thanks for posting this. I've been looking more and more into how insurance is go to change based off of the sweeping Obamacare changes. It all started when I was looking for a gerber medicare supplement for my baby son and then everything became more confusing... still looking. www.medigap4seniors.com/gerber-life
Anonymous

Alasas, Philippines

#2 Feb 26, 2013
One has to really regulate tanning salons especially for kids.

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