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Factbox: Dodging the "death tube" - tornado survival tips

Some survivors of the tornadoes that killed more than 300 people in the southern United States this week narrowly escaped by seeking shelter in basements, closets and bathtubs -- and even in a freezer and a tanning bed. Full story

Survivors: Saved by tanning bed, hit by flying Jeep

Dramatic tales from survivors caught in one of the deadliest tornado outbreaks began to emerge — a family hiding in one tanning bed and a university student hit by a flying Jeep. Full story

Tanning beds help family survive tornado

   A woman and her two daughters, named Stormy and Sky, find shelter inside tanning beds as a tornado rips through a Georgia building. WRCB-TV's Greg Glover reports.

Teen tanning bed ban?

   Pediatricians are calling for a crackdown on underage tanning. WTVJ's Diana Gonzalez reports.

Snooki on ‘CTL’ (cast, tan, laziness)

   The golden “guidette” of TV’s “Jersey Shore” talks about her laziness, hanging out with the cast, and trying not to hit the tanning bed so much.

Many ignore indoor tanning risks

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Too many Americans are ignoring the dangers of indoor tanning, or they are unaware of the dangers, as evident by the number of people who do it and the fact that most don't acknowledge it increases their risk of skin cancer. Full story

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  Boehner says no to tans

Club Ed: Radio host Stephanie Miller discusses House Minority Leader John Boehner’s claims he never used a tanning bed or product.

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Rosie McDavid
Rosie McDavid

Rosie McDavid, 17, who has been using tanning beds since she was 14, prepares a tanning bed for a session, Wednesday, March 25, 2009, in Tallahassee, Fla. The Florida Legislature is considering a bill that would restrict tanning bed use by minors.