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Diseases Associated with “Sunshine Deficiency”

Friday, May 20, 2022
While modern lifestyles keep many indoors and out of midday sunshine most days of the year, sensible sunshine exposure has been shown to have a positive impact on health and can help protect against disease, helping people live longer. In fact, the known health risks associated with low vitamin D levels and lack of sun exposure are summarized by many, including Hoel and De Gruijl, who conclude that moderate UV exposure from the sun, without burning, is a health benefit and should be recommended as such. continue reading

BDC – What to do about rising interest rates

Thursday, May 19, 2022
This is an opportunity for business owners to re-evaluate the benefits of cost certainty versus playing the market with a floating rate. continue reading

Nutrients that Help Protect the Skin from UV Damage

Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Research over the past several decades has revealed that a higher intake of several specific nutrients corresponds with less UV induced skin damage, less photoaging, and less incidence of skin cancers continue reading

Stop Shunning Your Intuition

Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Our reliance on data and experts and tools has become so exhausting because we have lost our most important form of intelligence in the process: intuition. By looking for answers solely from the outside world instead of looking within, we invalidate our innermost voice. continue reading

We know that the sun causes deadly skin cancer, so why are we still tanning?

Wednesday, May 18, 2022
The Canadian Dermatology Association has launched a TikTok challenge aimed at a younger demographic to raise awareness of sun safety. continue reading

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