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The Food and Drug Administration made good Thursday on a vow to heighten its oversight of sunlamps used in tanning salons, saying additional warnings are needed to educate consumers about the cancer risks involved.

The agency is reclassifying the devices from “low risk” to “moderate risk,” a designation that will require manufacturers to demonstrate to regulators that their products meet certain standards before they are allowed to market them.

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