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Sun Exposure

Eight home remedies to soothe sunburn

Posted July 2, 2012

Summer provides the opportunity for vitamin D3 and sunbathing and tanning for many who have been confined to the indoors for several months. It is also a time for more outdoor activities under the sun. But overdoing it, especially at first, leads to sunburn for most.

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Sun exposure reduces pancreatic cancer risk by nearly 50 percent

Posted June 22, 2012

The health benefits of vitamin D are almost becoming too numerous to count, with yet another new study presented at the recent American Association for Cancer Research Pancreatic Cancer Conference in Lake Tahoe, Nev., shedding light on the hormone’s specific anti-cancer benefits. According to the groundbreaking research, individuals exposed to natural sunlight, which is the most abundant source of natural vitamin D, are nearly 50 percent less likely to develop pancreatic cancer than others who are not exposed.

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Sun’s Benefit in Pancreatic Cancer Affirmed

Posted June 20, 2012

Three factors related to sunlight exposure reduced the risk of pancreatic cancer by as much as 49%, adding to a fairly substantial volume of evidence supporting a role for sun exposure in pancreatic cancer risk, a case-control study showed.

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The Magnificence of Vitamin D

Posted April 30, 2012

Researchers claim that some of the Australian population is not processing enough Vitamin D due to little exposure to sunlight, despite of the fact that Australia has sunlight. in abundance. Reports shows that 43% of women in the southern part of Australia have been discovered to be lacking in Vitamin D, while 23% of women in Queensland are Vitamin D deficient. People who cover their skin most of the time, elderly people and dark skinned people are some of those who are at risk of Vitamin D insufficiency.

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Lack of Sunlight, Vitamin D Tied to Stroke Risk

Posted April 30, 2012

Too much sunlight is bad for the skin, but not enough may be a risk factor for stroke, according to a study presented here at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference.

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