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Sun-bleach bathing suits and cat sun baths have been the new go-to bathing suits for many kids in the US, but now that a new study has found that they’re even more popular in the UK, the UK’s new government wants to make sure they’re as safe as possible.
The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Bristol, examined the number of people wearing sun-bathing suits and found that while some were doing it to protect themselves from sunburns, more than a third of the UK population was wearing them for their own safety.
The researchers found that the number wearing the suits increased from 0.3 per cent of the population in the mid-2000s to 0.6 per cent in 2015, a dramatic increase that they say is linked to increased awareness of the potential risks of sunburn and pollution.
Sun-bathe in the sunSource: Bristol UniversityIt also found that many of the suits worn by British people were “bait suits”, a term used to describe the suit that contains sunscreen, a protective layer on the face that is designed to prevent sunburn from spreading and causing skin irritation.
This is a very dangerous thing to do, says Dr David McVey, the study’s lead author.
“We can tell that if a lot of people are wearing sunscreen, they’re likely to be getting sunburn.”
Dr McVeys study found that of the 886 British adults surveyed, 468 were wearing sunscreen.
This figure represents an increase of almost 1.4 per cent since 2013.
The most common sunscreen-related problem reported by the researchers was sunburn.
The majority of people surveyed were wearing sunbathers at home, with only one in ten adults wearing them outside.
While the vast majority of the British population were using sunscreen, Dr McVeeys study also found a rise in cases of sun cancer, an aggressive form of skin cancer.
“People have been doing this for thousands of years and the sun is a natural defence mechanism,” Dr Mcvey told TechCrunch.
“I think this is a huge problem.
It’s not just a health issue, it’s an environmental problem.”
Dr David Mcvsey, lead author of the new study.
This study also reveals that some British people are not wearing sunscreen because they are worried about the sun, not sunburn, but they do think that they are.
Dr Mcveeys survey also found many people were worried about having to use sunscreen in the summer, a situation which is actually quite common.
Sunscreens can also help protect against the spread of sunspots, the particles that can form on skin and cause sunburn in the form of inflammation.
However, Dr Stephen Gough, the director of research at the British Association for Cancer Research, told Tech Crunch that the results are “really disappointing”.
“They show that there is a clear relationship between the use of sunscreen and increased risk of skin cancers,” he said.
“What we do know is that people are going to get sunburn at any time of the year, even if they don’t have a sunburn problem.”
Sun-screens are increasingly used in the developing worldSun-screen is also being increasingly used by young people, and the British government wants its sunscreen regulations to be more stringent than those in the developed world.
The government has set up a review of sunscreen regulations in the country.
According to a statement released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the review is aimed at “identifying the barriers to uptake of sunscreen”.
It’s also looking at how to improve sun protection rules to prevent skin cancer spreading.
According to the government, the regulations for sunscreens have increased by almost 30 per cent from 2013 to 2015, and are now set to increase further by about 30 per 10 per cent over the next five years.
Sunscreen regulations in GermanySunscreen regulations in SwedenThe UK has set a target of 20 million sunburn-free children by 2020.
The report found that more than two thirds of people in the British public were in favour of having the sunburn laws in the EU reviewed.
“There’s no doubt that a good proportion of people believe the laws need to be reviewed,” Dr David Gough told Tech Hub.
“There is no doubt about that.”
According to Dr Mcveys study, it seems that most people in Britain were wearing the sun-screen to protect against sunburn when they visited the beach.
“They were trying to protect their skin from the sun.
We think that there’s probably more of a relationship there than the sun protection laws,” Dr Gough said.
A number of countries are also looking to improve the effectiveness of sunscreen for the prevention of skin diseases, such as melanoma and skin cancer, while others are looking to make them safer.
According a statement from the European Union, the Commission is working on a series of rules that would