Referenser - Barn och sol

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  17. Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten. Särskilda solskydd för barn.
  18. American Academy of pediatrics. Sunsafety.
  19. Läkemedelsverket. Solskyddsmedel.
  20. Internetmedicin. Solsskydd.
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