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The Happiness Formula....

...han women, who were more likely to be happy with a sunny weather....

People Still Neglect To Use Sunscreen In Spite Of Cancer Warnings

...olleges. Anonymous surveys were distributed during sunny weeks in the months of August and September. The athletes practiced from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during August and had practices and competitions scheduled between the hours of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. during September. One hundred eighty six athletes completed t...

Cafe Established To Overcome Winter Blues

... of treating this condition. Outdoor activities on sunny winter days are also helpful...

Sunlight Exposure Reduces Risk Of Breast, Prostate And Colon Cancer

...n. Surprisingly, this effect was even found during sunny days in winter. Approximately 400 IU of Vitamin D (recommended daily intake of the vitamin in United States and Canada) is produced during summer, following 20 minutes of exposure to the sun. Following this interesting finding, the researchers high...

Anticancer Properties of Vitamin D Revealed

...loping colon cancer is lower in people who live in sunny climates. Epidemiology studies have indicated that vitamin D is responsible for the protective effect of sunlight exposure on the incidence of several other cancers besides colon, including breast and prostate. Byers and the research team suspected...

Australian Children Not Being Exposed To Enough Sunlight

... calcium and vitamin D. Even though they live in a sunny country, it has been noted that many fair-skinned Australians in the southern states don't get the recommended 10-15 micrograms of vitamin D a day, equal to between six and eight minutes of Melbourne sunlight in summer or 52 minutes in winter outside...

Insight Into Tanning Process Suggests Novel Way to Prevent Skin Cancer

...umbers of fair-skinned people have come to live in sunny climes, and melanoma and other skin cancer rates have shot up. The new Dana-Farber report grew out of efforts by Fisher's laboratory to study melanoma in mice whose fair skin stemmed from the same genetic roots as fair-skinned people. The researche...

Pilot Crashes Himself, Daughter, into House

...after the single-engine Cessna crashed under clear sunny skies at the edge of a small local airport in Bedford - into the home of a relative. The plane destroyed the house of the former mother-in-law of the divorced 47-year-old pilot, The Bedford Times-Mail reported. According to eyewitnesses, the pil...

Good News for Sufferers of Heart Attack, Chest Pain

...But, the authors caution, there are clouds in this sunny sky. Many patients who could benefit from all of the proven treatments aren't getting them. Previous data have shown that the U.S. actually lags behind some other countries in several aspects of acute coronary care. The study is from the Global Re...

Sunscreen Maybe Helpful in Preventing Skin Cancer

...ange their thinking and protect their skin well in sunny weather. 'We've got to get away from the false notion that being sun-tanned is beautiful and healthy,' said Eva Kalbheim, spokesperson for Bonn-based German Cancer Aid. A suntan, she explained, was a defensive skin reaction to produce more of the...

New Survey List Out Cities That Take Sun Protection Seriously

..., Tampa and Los Angeles each noted for year-round sunny weather rounded out the top five rankings. At ... "The notion that only people living in year-round sunny climates are prone to developing skin cancer is completely untrue," explained Dr. Baker. "As dermato...

Good News for Sufferers of Heart Attack, Chest Pain

...But, the authors caution, there are clouds in this sunny sky. Many patients who could benefit from all of the proven treatments aren't getting them. Previous data have shown that the U.S. actually lags behind some other countries in several aspects of acute coronary care. The study is from the Global Re...

Hundreds of Thousands Attend Madrid Gay Pride Parade

...rters from Europe marched in Madrid Saturday under sunny skies in a colourful parade, as London and Paris also held their annual marches against discrimination. Europride 2007 kicked off at 1600 GMT in the Spanish capital capping a week of events during which organisers expected a total of 2.5 million p...

Skin Cancer Rates Soar In Warmer Regions Of UK

...ma continue to rise over Britain and especially in sunny West Country regions like Cornwall . According t...advice include staying out of the sun between peak sunny hours , covering up with a T-shirt, wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses, using a high-factor sun screen ...

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