Sunscreen use substantially increased among teens six weeks after watching an educational video focusing on the premature photoaging effects of UV light on skin appearance, a small study showed. However, researchers noted that watching a video linking UV light to skin cancer did not significantly boost teens' sunscreen use. The findings were presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting.
Teens are more likely to use sunscreen for aesthetic reasons
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