controversy over the SPF ratings on sunscreens

There's a controversy over the SPF ratings on sunscreens.

Dermatologists recommend using a high SPF help prevent skin damage and skin cancer.

But now, the FDA will no longer allow manufacturers to label sunscreens with an SPF over 30. Sunscreens that provide higher protection can only be labeled "30+."

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