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Does too much sun cause melanomas?

Friday, July 12, 2019
W. Gifford-Jones 
More from W. Gifford-Jones Published on: July 11, 2019 | Last Updated: July 11, 2019 1:17 PM EDT In their book, “Embrace the Sun”, doctors William Grant and Marc Sorenson, experts on vitamin D, report that North Americans have been taught to believe excessive amounts of sun cause potentially fatal skin malignancies.… continue reading

Mobile Marketing Strategies You Probably Haven’t Considered

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

 Mobile Marketing Strategies You Probably Haven’t Considered

Guest AuthorLast updated: July 10, 2019Paid Search Marketing Mobile marketing is extremely powerful, but it’s easy to get stuck in a rut with techniques that don’t deliver the results you were hoping for.… continue reading

Sunbed Use Part of Legendary Soccer Manager’s Winning Strategy

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Sunbed Use Part of Legendary Soccer Manager’s Winning Strategy

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 SmartTan.com Following the United States women hoisting the World Cup on Sunday, it’s a good time to revisit this article about one of the most famous soccer managers of all time employing sunbeds to aid player performance: Players getting vitamin D from sunbeds was part of the winning strategy of one of the world’s all-time great soccer managers, according to a 2012 study conducted by the Harvard School of Business.… continue reading

Here’s what sunburn does to your body

Friday, July 5, 2019

Here’s what sunburn does to your body


by SBG-TVMonday, July 1st 2019AA
What many don’t know is that sunburn doesn’t just affect your skin.<p>{/p} Spending time in the sun is fun—dealing with sunburn isn’t. People are well aware of the dangers of being outdoors without a protective sunscreen, yet they still skip this step.… continue reading

New meta-analysis highlights vitamin D benefits for cancer patients

Friday, July 5, 2019

New meta-analysis highlights vitamin D benefits for cancer patients

by: Joy Jensen, staff writer | July 1, 2019FacebookTwitterEmailPinterest16Share JCTA Note – Vitamin D is measured in nmol/L in Canada to convert from ng/ml multiple by 2.5. According to Kimball 2017 research, using a sunbed that produces 2 to 5% UVB, 2 to 3 times a you’ll be able reach blood levels of 100 nmol/L or 40 ng/ml
(NaturalHealth365) Dietitians, doctors, and researchers all agree that too many people are missing out on vitamin D benefits, whether it’s generated by exposure to the sun or in the form of a supplement.  Simply put: it’s an indispensable vitamin for heart health, immune function, and strong bones.  But, most importantly, it’s extremely valuable for cancer patients.… continue reading

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