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It would be very hard to argue that a big controversy in America is tanning Many people overlook the productive and contrary arguments of sun tanning There are many ways to get tan skin but the two ways that many people tend to argue about are indoor tanning and outdoor tanning Indoor tanning consists of just thirty minutes of lying down under UV rays which darken the skin Outdoor tanning consists of using our natural sun to burn and darken the skin These two ways to tan are achieve the same goal but are very different It is very clear that these two tanning methods are distinctly different in dealing with the health of the body the risk of skin cancer and the time range in which to do so The arguments of health of the body have been a big topic the past few years It was in 2010 when Carrie Fredericks wrote Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders which did not favor the indoor tanning industry According to Fredericks Indoor tanning beds may give you a healthy glow but the truth is that a tan is a sign that your skin cells have been hurt The suns ultraviolet UV rays damage your skin cause wrinkles and spots Fredericks 65 This assumes that tanning indoors can have a bad effect on the human body because tanning beds attempt to simulate the suns rays using special light bulbs which emit UV radiation Sun beds can also damage the eyes due to the radiation from the UV lamps having direct contact to the cornea This can affect ones eyesight tremendously Indoor tanning does have its negative effects towards the body but there is some good that can arise from indoor tanning beds According to Elizabeth Danish that wrote in The Health Guidance explains the positive effects of indoor tanning Exposure to either the
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