As temperatures soar into the upper 90s and lower 100s this week, it’s important to protect yourself from dangerous ultraviolet rays.
The Food and Drug Administration recently established new guidelines that test the effectiveness of sunscreen products and require more accurate labeling. The regulations won't go into effect until next year, but knowing what they require can help us ensure the sunscreen we buy has the protection our skin needs.
SHARE: How do you guard against skin damage from the sun? Do you avoid the pool at certain hours or bring along an umbrella for young children? We want to hear your tips.
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