US States Move to Allow Children to Use Sunscreen at School Without a Doctor’s Note

It may surprise you that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers sunscreen an over-the-counter drug similar to aspirin, but it’s true. And because the nation is on an all-out crusade to keep children’s bodies from ever feeling the touch of a sun ray , some lawmakers have decided it’s time to legislate sunscreen into the schools. According to The Star, students currently can’t just bring their own sunscreen and apply it; they need a doctor’s note....

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