ARE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AFRAID OF THE SUN? ARE YOU AFRAID THAT THE SUN WILL GIVE YOU SKIN CANCER? DO YOU STAY INSIDE WHEN…
New studies confirm we need both UVA and UVB sunshine. Research finds UVA rays reduce blood pressure and aid moods. UVB produces best form of vitamin D. Time to reconsider our sunscreen use.
Sunshine isn’t toxic, nor is it just about getting a tan. And it’s also not just about vitamin D. Among other benefits, research finds sunshine also decreases a child’s risk of asthma when mom gets enough of it.
We already knew that vitamin D was important to health – given the over 70 diseases now associated with their deficiency. Now research is proving the sunshine vitamin’s role in food allergies.
Viral infections plague us mostly in the wintertime. Is this a coincidence? Actually, it is not. Sunshine and vitamin D help prevent viruses such as colds and flu.
A study has found that vitamin D produced from sunshine reduces the risk of tooth decay and cavities. Good news for kids that like to play outside.
Research is continuing to prove that taking nutritional dietary supplements can prevent chronic diseases and save billions of dollars of healthcare costs.
Research finds that a combination of herbs will reverse osteoporosis and boost bone mineral density.
DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE ARTHRITIS? KNOW WHY? MOST PEOPLE DON’T. AND MOST DOCTORS DON’T EITHER. YET KNOWING WHAT CAUSES ARTHRITIS IS CRITICAL…
It may be winter in the Northern Hemisphere, but new 2016 stats present clear evidence that the sun’s ultraviolet rays are not the central cause for melanoma or other forms of skin cancer.
Clinicians and researchers are finding that dried plums offer a blend of nutrients that naturally increase bone density and prevent fractures.
Studies are confirming that multiple sclerosis is linked to a lack of sunshine and vitamin D deficiency, along with other effects of sunlight exposure – including melatonin levels and circadian rhythms.
The sun is accused as our mortal enemy. But it turns out that reduced ultraviolet-B sunlight increases the risk of cancers such as pancreatic cancer according to recent research.
Melanoma rates have skyrocketed over the past thirty years. But so has the use of sunscreen. And fewer people are going to the beaches and parks. Is melanoma really linked to sun exposure?