What does the application of “Evidence Based Medicine” show us regarding the relationship between sunbed use and melanoma risk?
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Researchers in Germany report that in patients with melanoma, low vitamin D levels are associated with increased tumor thickness and advanced tumor stage.
Research makes the case that regular sun exposure decreases the risk of malignant melanoma and possibly non-melanoma skin cancers.
Dr Cannell reviews Professor Glossmann’s paper discussing why the elderly should expose themselves to moderate, regular sun exposure as often as possible.
As we head into Memorial Day Weekend, Brant Cebulla takes a closer look at the relationship between vitamin D, UV exposure, and skin cancer.
The incidence of stage one melanoma has tripled over the past forty years in spite of the fact that many avoid the sun and use sunblock.
Dr Cannell answers reader questions on a range of topics from Crohn’s disease to sleep disorders, all subjects associated with vitamin D deficiency.
Vitamin D deficiency is a public health problem. But some populations are at higher risk of deficiency than others.