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Tanning seems to be a year-round business but with recent news about melanoma increasing for people under forty, some might think twice before baking in the sun or visiting a tanning bed. Actually, Mayo Clinic Dermatologist Dr. Dawn Davis says there are other risks than skin cancer.
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Expert Title: Dr. Dawn Davis - Mayo Clinic Pediatric Dermatologist
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