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Tanning addict who ignores medical advice on sun beds claims his ‘dark’ skin boosts love life – NEWS.com.au

A sun bed addict, who claims hes proof UV rays are not harmful after tanning for 17 years without any health issues, said his dark skin boosts his sex life.British personal trainer Mike Smith, 36, spends £245 ($450) a month visiting solariums plus has regular melatonin jabs.
Sun beds work by giving out ultraviolet (UV) rays which medical experts have warned significantly increase your risk of developing skin cancer.
According to Cancer Council Australia, sun beds causes melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma…

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