18 Jun '11, 4pm

Living on Earth: FDA slaps new regulations on sunscreen

Living on Earth: FDA slaps new regulations on sunscreen

After 33 years of discussions, the Food and Drug Administration has finally released its new sunscreen regulations. While they make some strides in restricting advertising claims – no more “waterproof” or “sweatproof” – some feel the new rules aren’t restrictive enough. Host Bruce Gellerman talks to David Andrews, senior scientist at the Environmental Working Group, about the regulations and their shortcomings.

Full article: http://www.loe.org/shows/segments.html?programID=11-P13-0...

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Contact: Ian Illuminato, Friends of the Earth, 250-478-7135, [email protected] ; Colin O’Neil, International Center for ...