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Sunbed Use and the Risk of Melanoma

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Sunbed Use and the Risk of Melanoma
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RTT Toxicology Electromagnetic radiation Sun tanning Light Melanoma Indoor tanning Skin pigmentation Ultraviolet radiation Skin cancer Sunlight Tanning
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Topics this document covers:
RTT Toxicology Electromagnetic radiation Sun tanning Light Melanoma Indoor tanning Skin pigmentation Ultraviolet radiation Skin cancer Sunlight Tanning
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i) Quota sampling ii) Participants were all sunbed users which is a characteristic of interest. Another characteristic of interest is that both genders are also equally represented. 3. i) Putting it to the back of your mind: A tan as healthy ii) Reasons for starting to use a sunbed iii) Feeling better with a tan iv) Feeling better with a tan v) Feeling better with a tan vi) Putting it to the back of your mind: A tan as healthy vii) Reasons for staring to use a sunbed viii) Putting it to the back of your mind: A tan as healthy 4. The health campaign would target individuals aged 18-32. It will place an emphasis on females as they are more likely than men to have artificial tanning at 33% compared with 16%. The campaign would be in the form of a video presentation for education in schools and workplaces. The content of the video will explain how excessive use of sunbe...
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