Dr. Cannell discusses whether additional wavelengths of radiation may stimulate vitamin D production.
Tag Archives: UVB exposure
Dr. Grant highlights a few conditions that may be improved through safe, sun exposure habits, including breast cancer, multiple sclerosis and all-cause mortality.
Dr. Cannell responds to a member’s question regarding how much vitamin D is produced from sunbathing.
A study found that UVB exposure is associated with a decreased risk of Parkinson’s disease among individuals under the age of 70.
A recent study aimed to determine the minimal UVB dose required to significantly improve vitamin D status among obese individuals.
A study found that countries with low UVB had six times higher incidence of pancreatic cancer compared to countries with high UVB.
Amber Tovey discusses a recent study that gained media attention, suggesting that increased sun exposure may decrease one’s risk of leukemia.
Researchers discovered that individuals residing at higher latitudes with lower sun exposure are more than two times likely to develop leukemia.
Research suggests seasonal variation in UVB exposure is related to the risk of early mortality in preterm infants
A recent study found that high-intensity solar UVB doses during fetal development may be related to a reduced risk of preterm infants mortality.
A recent study discovered that vitamin D supplementation improved immune function and decreased risk of anemia in HIV infected blood ex vivo.