FRESH KIDZ KEEP IT KIND
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Body order is a touchy subject. You know exactly what I mean if you ever needed to tell a co-worker to rethink their hygiene regimen (I have and itâ€™s not fun). Kids present an equally sticky situation. Children reach puberty at younger and younger agesâ€”an unfortunate consequence of antibiotic loaded milk and meatâ€”and their still little bodies begin to emit adult like odorsâ€”worse, in some cases, because kids are so active.
The UKâ€™s Roberta and Michael Harris took matters into their own hands so visits with their grandchildren would be more pleasant. With 20+ years of pharmaceutical experience under their belts, they developed and formulated Fresh Kidz,
SUNCARE PRIMER: ASHLEY’S ULTRAVIOLET ADVENTURES
It’s never to early to start learning about the dangers of overexsposure to the sun’s rays. Board certified dermatologist and on-camera medical consultant Glynis Ablon, M.D. has written a picture book with her 8-year-old daughter Ashley about the importance of sunscreen entitled Ashleyâ€™s Ultraviolet Adventures.Â Sunscreen and skin protection is something that has been stressed as a major part of Ashleyâ€™s daily routineâ€”her sunscreen bottle is kept right next to her toothpaste and she puts it on every morning.
Ashleyâ€™s Ultraviolet Adventures is meant for children, but the book still manages to present some important information about how critical proper skin
CALIFORNIA BANS TANNING BEDS FOR TEENS
California is the first state in the country to prohibit the use of tanning beds for all children and adolescents under the age of 18. The ban became official on October 9 when Gov. Edmund G. Brown signed a bill into law that will prohibit the use of indoor tanning devices for all Californians under the age of 18. According to New York Dermatologist Judith Hellman bigappleskin.com, “This is a welcome ruling from California that we all hope will catch on across the country, and long overdue. There is no way to predict how many lives a ban on tanning beds can actually save but the numbers can be substantial.”
Evidence from several studies has shown that exposure to UV radiation from indoor