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VITAMIN D LEVELS PRESS RELEASE. REMEMBER SUN!

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Vitamin D levels and sunshine are exceptionally important to human health, and therefore we should be aware of vitamin D science.  continue reading

Lack Of Sun May Be As Bad As Smoking

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Karolinska Institutet researchers have concluded avoiding the sun is just as bad for a person as smoking, non-smokers who avoided the sun were found to have had similar life expectancy as smokers in the highest sun exposure group. continue reading

Higher Vitamin D Levels and Sun Exposure Prove Important for Disease Prevention

Thursday, November 15, 2018
New research for a wide variety of serious diseases confirms that Canadians need much higher vitamin D levels and UV sun exposure than previously thought. As part of November Vitamin D Awareness Month, ... continue reading

Sunlight Institute responses to sunlight articles 11/5/18—11/11/18

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Sunlight Institute responses to sunlight articles 11/5/18—11/11/18 http://www.timesonline.com/news/20181104/dreary-november-is-30-days-of-vitamin-d-deficiency For goodness sake, be happy. If you want some vitamin D, just go to a good sunbed (tanning bed) and safely get a few minutes of UVB exposure. Or, you can buy a vitamin D sunlamp.… continue reading

Higher Vitamin D Levels and Sun Exposure Prove Important for Disease Prevention

Thursday, November 8, 2018
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TORONTO, Ont (November 7, 2018) – New research for a wide variety of serious diseases confirms that Canadians need much higher vitamin D levels and UV sun exposure than previously thought. As part of November Vitamin D Awareness Month, the Vitamin D Society wants to ensure Canadians are aware of this new research and the positive benefits that optimal vitamin D levels and sun exposure will have on their health.Breast Cancer: Women with vitamin D blood levels above 150 nmol/L had an 82% lower incidence of breast cancer compared to women with levels <50 nmol/L.
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