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Sunscreen on Infants? Maybe not.

A pediatrician for the FDA recommends that putting sunscreen on infants is not the best way to protect these little ones from sun exposure: “The best approach is to keep infants under 6 months out of the sun and to avoid exposure to the sun in the hours between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., when ultraviolet (UV) rays are most intense.”

More Sun Safety Tips for Infants: [FDA Consumer Updates, June 20, 2012]

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