The benefits of sun exposure go far beyond vitamin D production. Here are six ways the sun's rays can boost your health.
Scientific tests show that high-antioxidant foods can bolster resistance to damage from the ultraviolet light that promotes sunburn, wrinkles and skin cancer.
Between toxic ingredients and robbing you of vitamin D, many products on the market designed to protect from the sun can actually be hazardous to your health.
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Sun exposure may do more than get you a tan - it may reduce your risk of having a heart attack or early death.
Some experts say that brief sun exposure supplies all the vitamin D one needs. However, there's never been a study of how much vitamin D sun exposure generates.
New research indicates that healthy vitamin D levels may reduce the risk of all-cause mortality by a staggering 29%.
The exhaustion and illness of too much heat is not to be underestimated. It can lead to heat stroke, and interferes with normal internal function.
New research shows that vitamin D from sun exposure may prevent strokes.
A growing number of experts believe that our lack of sun exposure and excessive use of sunscreens are to blame for the vitamin D deficiency epidemic.