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How Safe Are Sunscreens For Kids?

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Pediatrician Alan Greene addresses some concerns about the safety of sunscreens for children, and discusses the safest ingredients to look for when choosing a sunscreen for children.

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Sunscreen, like everything else should be use moderately. The body needs sun for Vitamin D, to much sunscreen and you may become calcium deficient. Should you lay on the beach for extended periods of time w/o sunscreen, absolutely not, but do allow your body to absorb some rays sometime.

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