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Research indicates that just one blistering sunburn can double your chances of developing melanoma later in life.
In addition, using tanning beds before age 30 increases your risk of developing melanoma by 75 percent.
The tanning industry has tried to tell consumers that vitamin D is necessary and that it should be sought from tanning beds.
However, the majority of tanning bulbs actually emit UVA radiation, and UVB radiation is needed for the body to produce vitamin D.
The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies tanning beds and tanning lamps into its highest cancer risk category – carcinogenic to humans, the same category as other hazardous substances such as plutonium and certain types of radium.