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Sunshine Reduces MS Risk

Catching some rays has been shown to boost vitamin D levels and now researchers say it may also reduce the risk of disease. Higher sun exposure during childhood and early adolescence is associated with a reduced risk of multiple sclerosis, according to the study. ....Australian investigators conducted a study in Tasmania, which is located at high latitude and has a high prevalence of multiple scl...

United Kingdom: Making the most of sunshine without the cream

A recent survey has shown that nearly 25% of people in UK expose themselves to the rays of the sun without any protection of a cream, which has raised alarm among cancer experts, who are rather troubled by this cream-free attitude.// .. They warn that with blazing August on the cards and a record high temperature in July, it would indeed pay to be generous with sun cream to protect the skin. .......

Sunshine Vitamin for Prostate Cancer

Relaxing in the bright sunshine on a warm autumn day does more than lift your spirits; it also stimulates your body to produce huge amounts of vitamin D. Often called// the 'sunshine vitamin,' vitamin D is not really a vitamin at all, but rather a versatile hormone produced by the body in response to sunlight. ....When a person is exposed to the sun, a cascade of chemical reactions begins in th...

More Sunshine for At-Risk Kids

Some kids in Australia and New Zealand are not getting enough sun, and as a result, rickets and other vitamin D deficiency-related conditions// are making a comeback, experts have revealed in the latest Medical Journal of Australia. ....“Vitamin D deficiency and nutritional rickets are again emerging as major paediatric health issues in Australia and New Zealand,” says Dr Craig Munns, paediatric...

Vitamin D Could Bring Sunshine to Breast Cancer Patients

New studies conducted under the auspices of Dr Carlo Palmieri, of Imperial College London, on a small group of women affected with breast cancer have revealed// a significant association of Vitamin D with the progression of breast cancer to advanced stages. ....According to the study elevated levels of circulating Vitamin D could play a significant role in retarding the advance of the disease in...

Fear of Dengue looms large in China, as Mosquitoes Make Most of Sunshine!

China is susceptible to an outbreak of dengue, also known as bone-breaker's disease, with the average temperature of 28 degrees being conducive for the mosquitoes to breed//. China's Health Ministry has alerted the public about dengue fever, which is a lethal mosquito borne disease that could turn fatal as some strains can spark off internal bleeding and death. ....The ministry's spokesman said “...

Sunshine Protects Fetus From Developing Diabetes

It has been long known that getting adequate sunshine is good for the development of the human body. A news study conducted in the University of Leuven, // Belgium reconfirmed this idea. The study concluded that getting plenty of sunshine could actually help protect an unborn baby from diabetes and thyroid problems. But it cautions that too much of it could actually turn out to be harmful. .. ....
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