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Vitamin D:

How Much Vitamin D Should You Take?

Huffington Post

At this range, vitamin D is inadequate for bone health and disease risk in general. Past this, we have to start thinking it through and looking at studies.

Vitamin D and disease:

The weird history of vitamin D — and what it actually has to do with sun

Washington Post

As you soak in rays of almost-summer sunshine, your thoughts may turn to vitamin D — because you probably know it has something to do with the ...

Tanning & UV:

New study: Car door windows don't protect you from harmful UV rays

World Tech Today 

A new study has found that the side windows of our cars don't protect us from harmful UV rays and is likely to be causing us problems such as skin cancer and cataracts. The study, recently published in JAMA Ophthalmology, found an increase in the ...

UV Exposure from Driving Leads To More Skin Cancers and Cataracts on Left Side (blog)

It turns out there are many studies that found more skin cancer on the left side of the face compared to the right side of the face. In Australia (where …

Car door windows don't stop UV rays


Because drivers in the U.S. have their left side exposed to sunlight, UV rays have been blamed for the increased number of cataracts and skin cancers ...

Skin cancer:

Study shows how much sunscreen lowers skin cancer risk

The Weather Network

Thursday, May 12, 2016, 5:28 PM - Health experts have been touting the benefits of wearing sunscreen for years and now, a new study has quantified ...


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