Report: Tanning Beds Addictive

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Vol 46 Issue 19

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DENVER—During a visit to his coach's deathbed at Denver Presbyterian Hospital on Wednesday, Nuggets All-Star Carmelo Anthony told a barely conscious, cancer-ridden George Karl that their team, which was eliminated during the first round...

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Report: Tanning Beds Addictive

A study in the Archives Of Dermatology found that many people who regularly use indoor sunlamps meet the standard criteria for addiction. What do you think?

  • "Any finding that brings more caramel-colored cuties to my ER is valid by me."

    Emergency Doctor
    Jay Evans
  • "I used to be addicted to indoor tanning. The lotiony smell of the bed. The weird little glasses. The bunny stickers for the bikini area. No! Be strong. You're happy being pale, Carla. Don't chase that rabbit again…"

    Carla Sims
    Solvent-Plant Treater
  • "To the extent that the tanning bed is my favorite place to shoot up, they are correct."

    Cal Washam
    Systems Analyst
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