FDA Orders Warning Labels On Tanning Beds

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FDA Orders Warning Labels On Tanning Beds

The FDA has moved tanning beds from low-risk to a moderate-risk classification and will require the beds to have warning labels stating they should not be used by minors, citing data showing that 2 million teens, including 3 in 10 suburban high school girls, use tanning beds each year. What do you think?

  • “Why not? It worked for cigarettes.”

    Patrick Gilpin
    IT Specialist
  • “If anything’s going to convince a teenager they’re not actually invincible, it’s pointing out a behavior risk considered moderate.”

    Clara Thorne
    Café Manager
  • “Did the study have any other data about what high school girls like?”

    Nick Abbott
    Airport Shuttle Driver