BYU NewsNet  (Internet) 07/14/06 http://newsnet.byu.edu/story.cfm/60400 As indoor tanning facilities continue to dot Utah County, a growing number of locals are flocking to get the perfect golden glow, but some say there could be more to it than meets the eye. In a Foxnews.com 2005 survey, more than 145 beach-goers were asked a series of questions related to tanning dependency. According to one standard, 26 percent of participants showed signs of tanning addiction. By a separate measure, 53 percent of participants qualified to have ultraviolet light addictions. The survey was conducted by researchers in the dermatology department of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. While sun exposure and indoor tanning effects remain a heated debate, some say tanning is becoming the new euphoric high for several indoor tanners. Some tanning-bed users can't get enough of the sun-induced facilities and say they crave the feel-good stimulant.