According to the ADP dermatological association, four million Germans under age 18 go tanning one or more times in a month — some of whom are as young as 10. No doubt, these are disturbing statistics. "If people under 35 regularly use solariums, the risk of getting at some point in life malignant melanoma, the third deadliest cancer that there is, rises by 75 percent," ADP Professor Eckhard Breitbart told AFP. What do you think of Germany's preventative measures? Should the US be the next to follow suit?