By Fred Tasker
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
MIAMI — The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday proposed new labels for sunscreens that would eliminate misleading claims such as "sunblock" and "waterproof" and create a new system for rating products' effectiveness against damaging ultraviolet rays.
The new rules, which must go through a 90-day public comment period, are meant to get sunscreen makers to replace what the FDA has called "unsupported, absolute" claims with less definitive language such as "water resistant" or "very water resistant."
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New Haven Schools
Back-to-school shopping -- with a twist -- will be going on Saturday in the parking lot at James Logan High School when the New Haven Schools Foundation hosts its monthly Union City Flea Market.
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