Rich reviews the latest Presidential campaign declarations, the Duggars interview with Megyn Kelly and a lunch lady being fired in Colorado for giving children free lunches. He spoke with Richard Long, the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania’s District Attorney Association, Jillian Kay Melchior from National Review, Matt Kittle from watchdog.org, and Philadelphia Daily News Columnist Christine Flowers.
A new study finds that drinking caffeinated coffee is associated with a lower risk of malignant melanoma.
The bill is aimed at reducing teens’ risk for melanoma.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one Delaware families heartbreaking battle.
Not only will indoor tanning salons be off limits to those 16 and younger, but 17 year-olds will need parental permission to use them.
Sunscreen Reapplying Reminder isn’t a flashy app, but it does let you set reminders for yourself to take a minute to reapply.
Using sunblock is critical but be careful about the lotion you choose. Some may cause allergic reactions – and it may not be the lotion itself.
According to a release, Christie signed a bill on Monday that prohibits minors under 14 years of age from using spray tanning facilities and prohibits minors under 17 years of age from using tanning beds.
Umbrellas can fight skin cancer by blocking UV rays.
A New Jersey grand jury has refused to indict a woman known widely as the “tanning mom” after being accused of endangering her child by allegedly bringing her into a tanning booth.
Councilman Bill Greenlee says the case last year of a Nutley, New Jersey mother accused of putting her daughter inside a tanning booth was only the most prominent incident of what he believes is a growing problem.
The summer is coming to an end, but that doesn’t have to be the case for your tan! Keep looking like a sun goddess well after the summer season at one of these top tanning salons.
Having light skin, hair, and eyes increases a patient’s risk for skin cancer, as does over-exposure to ultraviolet rays at an early age.
Just days after a New Jersey mother caused a stir for her crispy appearance, a clothing retailer has come under fire for using a seemingly “tanorexic” model in a swimsuit ad.
Six year old Anna Krentcil has fair skin, light eyes and red hair. She’s not your typical candidate for long-term sun exposure. So when she told the nurse at her Essex County, New Jersey school that her sunburn came from “going tanning with mommy,” her mom was arrested.