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When traveling and vacations resume, there’s now one less thing to worry about when you’re boarding a flight to your next sunny locale — or really just anywhere you intend to spend time outside. According to a recent announcement from the Travel Security Administration (TSA), airplane passengers can now travel with full-sized bottles of sunscreen in their carry-on bags. This small but significant change is thanks to the Department of Dermatology at Brown University, which challenged the TSA on the 3.4-ounce liquid limit because sunscreen is a necessary protectant against skin cancer, thus should be policed under the same regulations as carry-ons such as inhalers, contact solution, and medications. As of April 7, sunscreens and SPF products are considered by the TSA to be “medically-necessary liquids,” which means they’re permitted in larger quantities in carry-ons as long as you declare them to security officers at the TSA checkpoint for inspection. Provided you do that, you’re free to bring a full-sized bottle of sunscreen without concerns of confiscation. This new amendment comes ahead of National Skin Cancer Awareness Month in May. Currently, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. According to the National Foundation For Cancer Research, 9,500 people are diagnosed with skin cancer in the United States every day. However, the organization also says that it is one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer. Given skin cancer’s strong correlation to exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, the National Foundation for Cancer Research advises that everyone use at least an SPF 15 or higher for regular use and 30 or above for outdoor activities. Re-applying sunscreen regularly — not just once a day — is essential to ensuring it’s an effective protectant against the sun, which makes being able to pack plenty of sunscreen all the more important. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Why Gwyneth Paltrow's Skin-Care Routine Is SuspectThe Best Sunscreens For Acne-Prone SkinThe Black Girl's Guide To Mineral Sunscreen
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Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, lived most of his life in the public eye, first as a Greek and Danish royal before joining the British royal family in 1947 when he married Elizabeth, who became a queen five years later. Philip, pictured here shortly after his first birthday, was born in Greece but was exiled from the country when his uncle, King Constantine, was forced to abdicate the throne. When Philip was 18 months old, he was evacuated with his family via the Royal Navy ship, the HMS Calypso, with the toddler traveling in an orange crate to avoid being seen.
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