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Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Rose Anne Hallton

As they revised the law, they even take things that on small people who are not that rich. One example is that they even put higher taxes on tanning salons, and not those people who smoke with cigarettes who adds air pollution to our country. And a current issue that many States are now banning teens from using a tanning bed because of it's harmful effect without any scientific explanation at all. But according to Dr. Mercola at his article from that not all tanning beds are harmful at all.

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