A recent study explored the attitudes and beliefs of parents on sun exposure and UV protection in their young children.
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A new study found that there were no differences between the incidence of basal cell carcinoma and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma when comparing daily sunscreen use to discretionary use.
The National Osteoporosis Society is heading it’s fifth Sunlight Campaign to increase awareness about the role vitamin D and sunlight play in bone health.
As we head into Memorial Day Weekend, Brant Cebulla takes a closer look at the relationship between vitamin D, UV exposure, and skin cancer.
Professor Moan and colleagues conducted a study which examines the relationship between UVA and UVB exposure and rates of melanoma in Norway and Sweden.
We all know sunscreen blocks your ability to produce vitamin D, but by how much? A research group out of Denmark finds out.
Researchers report that when using sunscreen in concordance with what the World Health Organization suggests, little to no vitamin D is produced.
Dr William Grant discusses UV exposure and its impact on rates of cancer in the UK.
Dr Cannell answers reader questions on a range of topics from Crohn’s disease to sleep disorders, all subjects associated with vitamin D deficiency.
Dr Cannell discusses some interesting questions as well as new research on vitamin D.