Recent Examples of tanning from the Web
The major risk factor for melanoma stems from exposure to ultraviolet rays, his post goes on to say, from either sunlight, tanning beds, or sun lamps.
In a Facebook post, Adams outlined how exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun or tanning beds can increase the likelihood of melanoma and described the warning signs.
All tenants at 1900 Euclid Lofts have access to an exercise room, sauna, tanning bed and first-floor retail.
Senior year of high school, most of the girls in my group would hit the tanning bed a few times a week.
Using indoor tanning beds before age 35 can increase your risk for melanoma by over 50 percent.
Question: There have been some pretty gruesome emergencies this season, like the guy who gets burned in a tanning bed and the man with a 7-foot tapeworm inside him.
Now in New Orleans, Southern Swings is home to pedicures on the porch, but also offers tanning sessions, waxing appointments, a brow bar, blow outs and a whiskey room.
The backyard has a 120,000-gallon main pool, an 800-square-foot deck, a 12,000-gallon lower lounge pool and tanning ledge, poolside ramada and an outdoor kitchen.
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First Known Use of tanning
TANNING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tanning for English Language Learners
: the act or process of darkening your skin by exposing it to the bright light of the sun or a special type of lamp
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