CFLs, those curly new bulbs, contain mercury.
By summer 2012, products must protect against two types of radiation and have a SPF of at least 15 in order to claim they reduce the risk of skin cancer.
They also must say how many minutes they resist water instead of claiming to be "waterproof." SPF ratings higher than 50 could be banned.
Increased use of tanning beds by teenagers has contributed to a sharp rise in melanoma rates in young people, often unaware of the long-term consequences of increased skin cancer risk and premature aging.