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sunlamp

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sun lamp

(sŭn′lămp′)
n.
1. A lamp that radiates ultraviolet rays used in therapeutic and cosmetic treatments.
2. A high-intensity lamp with parabolic mirrors, used in photography.
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So he has packed a special sun lamp, known as a lightbox, to help keep his spirits up as he plays in the $2million Caribbean Poker Classic.
After that the doctor said I shouldn't use the sun lamp any more so I tried a sunbed.
Will Tommy Sheridan be forced to share his sun lamp to preserve electricity?
But specialist Nick Charles simply prescribed daily sessions under a pounds 400 sun lamp.
A teenager was fried alive in just an hour when she dozed off under a pounds 40 sun lamp.
A 100-YEAR-old tortoise was lucky to be alive yesterday after its cardboard box home caught fire under a sun lamp.
Most doctors and health organizations recommend not using tanning beds and sun lamps.
He's currently spending eight hours a day rubbing her tiny head or holding her minuscule hand while she gets treated with sun lamps for jaundice.
Lastly, don't use tanning beds and sun lamps, because all UV light can damage your skin.
WASHINGTON -- Tanning beds and sun lamps will carry new warnings that they should not be used by anyone under age 18, part of a government action announced Thursday aimed at reducing skin cancer linked to the radiation-emitting devices.
Artificial sun exposure through bulbs and sun lamps
And don't use tanning beds and sun lamps, whether or not you are taking any of these medications--all UV light can damage your skin.