Sunburn Shown To Be A Common Result Of Indoor Tanning By College-Aged Females

NEW BRUNSWICK – Controversy remains over the risks involved with indoor tanning, especially in children and young adults. Since sunburn serves as a marker for excessive and skin-cell damaging ultraviolet (UV) exposure — which can eventually lead to the development of skin cancer — investigators at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) took a closer look at a college-aged sample of females and their indoor tanning habits.