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Governor signs bill into law regulating indoor tanning salons

Dr. Natalie Bene of Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center of York featured on Fox 43 of Central Pennsylvania

Natalie Bene, Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center of YorkGovernor Corbett signed a bill into law on Tuesday that sets new rules for teenagers that use tanning salons. The law bans anyone 16 years old and younger from going to an indoor tanning salon in Pennsylvania. It also says that 17 year olds need parental consent.

That's good news for dermatologist Natalie Bene who said she sees cases of melanoma all too often. "I do see it every day. Itís like an epidemic of people that want to be tan," said Bene. One recent study found that for people with melanoma between the ages of 18 and 29 there's more than a 75% chance that it was caused by tanning beds. The consequences are also cosmetic. "Their skin becomes wrinkly, uneven tone. A lot of sun spots, leathery it looks like" said Bene.

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Fighting for Regulation of the Tatoo Industry

Dr. Natalie Bene of Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center of York featured on Fox 43 of Central Pennsylvania

A Pennsylvania tattoo and piercing artist, Glenn Hackman, is going to extreme lengths to push for statewide regulations of the tatoo industry. He says a lot of his business comes from correcting work for what people think are ugly tattoos done in homes or at a concert. Hackman points out at these locales thereís also no way of ensuring that itís sanitary. There are currently no regulations in Pennsylvania.

State Representative Rosemary Brown has proposed a house bill that would put the Pennsylvania Department of Health in charge of regulating all tattoo and piercing parlors. "I was amazed. I was absolutely amazed that we do not regulate something that uses a needle and actually breaks the skin." For the person that gets the ink there's a lot more at stake than a bad tattoo. "Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, you have syphilis, you have HIV, you have all kinds of bacterial infections that can develop over the years," said Representative Brown. She said itís hard to track where many of these diseases are contracted because they can take years to develop.

The consequences can also be cosmetic. "It can be a rash, it can be very itchy, it can be bumps," said dermatologist Doctor Natalie Bene. "Tattoos with multiple colors are very difficult to remove, you have to use multiple lasers, not just one laser. It takes multiple treatments, I would say more than 12. It's painful, really painful" said Bene.

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