FDA proposes skin cancer warnings on tanning beds

05/6/2013 | USA Today · Reuters

Tanning beds and sunlamps should have warning labels indicating that anyone younger than 18 should not use them and alerting users to the risk of developing skin cancer, FDA officials said Monday. The proposed regulations also would reclassify the devices as moderate-risk products, which means that FDA clearance would be needed before they are allowed on the market.

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