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But some experts warn against the use of SPF, coining it ‘the new margarine’ – a reference to the nationwide switch from butter to vegetable fats in the 1990s. It has since been revealed that trans-fats in many margarines are more harmful that saturated fat in butter.
So have public health campaigns on sun protection got it wrong?
But has our new-found obsession with protecting ourselves from UV damage come at a cost? The answer, according to mounting evidence, is a possible yes. Indeed, some studies show that people with high sun exposure live longer than sun-avoiders.
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