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A Study Says Drinking Mimosas in the Sun Will Slowly Kill You

Well, maybe.

A study recently published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology explores the direct correlation between malignant melanoma and the sultry spinster of summertime: citrus.

Physicians have long believed that psoralens, the compounds found in abundance in citrus fruit, can directly affect skin’s sensitivity to light exposure, a belief that was mainly upheld by anecdotal evidence.

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