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Sunscreen can explode

We use sunscreen to prevent burns, but the FDA warns us to be careful using spray-on sunscreens near an open flame.

There have been at least five reports so far this summer of people catching on fire and requiring medical attention.

The FDA indicated that, in addition to not applying the spray near a flame, you should also avoid open flames or sparks while wearing spray-on sunscreens as well.

 
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