Nearly half of the nation's tanning salons do not have restrictions on the ages of their customers, which can pose health risks to some very young customers, new research shows.

A federal law requires the salons to provide protective eye goggles, but the goggles don't fit young children, the study shows, As a result, children who visit the salons could suffer retina damage from exposure to ultraviolet radiation.

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