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 recent study discovered that vitamin D levels had a more significant spike in those who supplemented compared to those who spent time in the sun.
Study finds updated vitamin D guidelines unsuccessful at improving Canadian children’s vitamin D status
The 2010 updated dietary guidelines for vitamin D appears to be unsuccessful at improving vitamin D status among Canadian children.
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.
In 2005, the International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection held an international workshop on UV exposure guidance.
Researchers at the Scientific Institute of Public Health in Belgium discovered vitamin D deficiency among Belgium women is alarmingly prevalent.
A mother discusses her concerns about causing long term damage from supplementing her asthmatic son with vitamin D.
A doctor in Minnesota writes to update Dr Cannell on the status of his autistic son who has been supplementing with vitamin D3.
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.