Why should I look for a sunscreen that offers broad spectrum protection?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

Of course a sunscreen should protect against rays that burn -- but that's only half its job, says dermatologist and Dr. Oz Show guest Ellen Marmur. In this video, Dr. Marmur tells Dr. Oz why it's crucial to look for "broad spectrum protection" on the label, and reveals one sunscreen she thinks is particularly good. 

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