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(Science Recorder)   Research shows that throwing money down the toilet or buying sunscreen is pretty much the same thing   (sciencerecorder.com) divider line 6
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2014-06-15 12:26:56 PM  
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2014-06-15 12:31:56 PM  
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Needlessly Complicated: Now I'd like to know submitter's thoughts on sex education. (Probably "don't use condoms because they don't work.")


Don't be idiotic, trolls don't have sex...
2014-06-15 10:24:43 AM  
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flucto: <i>The study also revealed that sunscreen can significantly lower the amount of DNA damage caused by UV, putting off the development of melanoma in the mice. However, the study also showed that sunscreen did not offer complete protection and UV light could still cause problems in the p53 gene. </i>

Irresponsible headline is irresponsible. Breathing does not offer complete protection against dying. Going to stop doing that subby?


To be fair, the last time subby wore sunscreen was when he watched Lawrence of Arabia.
2014-06-15 02:03:00 PM  
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RoyBatty: I got most of my sun damage from the car's side windows commuting to work. I should've worn sun screen earlier, but never thought about it. And was dumb.

How do I know it was from a car's side windows? Cause it's on the left side.


Australians generally get skin cancer on their right side.
2014-06-15 12:10:43 PM  
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2014-06-15 09:51:18 AM  
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<i>The study also revealed that sunscreen can significantly lower the amount of DNA damage caused by UV, putting off the development of melanoma in the mice. However, the study also showed that sunscreen did not offer complete protection and UV light could still cause problems in the p53 gene. </i>

Irresponsible headline is irresponsible. Breathing does not offer complete protection against dying. Going to stop doing that subby?
 
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