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Taking Vitamin D supplements?

Friday, January 30, 2009
By Bobby Newmark Vitamin D is possibly the most required vitamin that can be consumed by an athlete. For a person to execute at its maximum capacity, it must be fueled with a convoluted display of crucial nutrients. Becoming impaired in Vitamin D debilitates metabolic pathways that father peak efficiency and your functioning decreases.… continue reading

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Friday, January 30, 2009 Comedian laughs at the irony: Could sunscreen usage be causing skin cancer? “I’m glad sunscreen has been shown to be associated with more skin cancer rather than less. It’s not in the mainstream media yet, but the biggest jump in skin cancer has occurred since the advent of sunscreens.… continue reading

Tanning drug could ‘mask the signs of cancer’

Friday, January 30, 2009
By Daily Mail Sun-lovers who inject themselves with an illegal tanning drug are at risk of rapidly changing moles, skin experts warn. They say using Melanotan, an unlicensed medicine dubbed the ‘tan jab’, could lead to skin cancer being wrongly diagnosed or possibly even missed.… continue reading

Creighton Awarded Funds to Continue Vitamin D, Cancer Study

Friday, January 30, 2009
The National Institutes of Health awarded Creighton University $4 million to continue its landmark study linking vitamin D to a reduction in cancer risk. The study’s findings, reported in June 2007, showed for the first time in a clinical trial that postmenopausal women consuming optimal amounts of calcium supplements, as well as vitamin D3 supplements at nearly three times U.S.… continue reading

Don’t Vaccinate Before You Educate

Friday, January 30, 2009
Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, Chicago Physician and author of “Don’t Vaccinate Before You Educate,” enhances his campaign to bring the message of the importance of Vitamin D by posting a 30-minute lecture by David Feldman, professor of medicine at Stanford University, on his website at… continue reading

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