Dr. Cannell discusses whether additional wavelengths of radiation may stimulate vitamin D production.
Tag Archives: UVB
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 new study analyzed the physiological differences of vitamin D synthesis in three animal species.
A recent study aimed to determine the minimal UVB dose required to significantly improve vitamin D status among obese individuals.
A recent study found that solar radiation is associated with a decreased incidence and mortality rate of leading cancers in the United States.
A study found that countries with low UVB had six times higher incidence of pancreatic cancer compared to countries with high UVB.
A new study supports our recommendation of obtaining sun exposure in the middle of the day, rather than in the afternoon or morning.
To estimate how much vitamin D dark-skinned individuals can make during sun exposure, researchers exposed a group of people of South Asian ethnicity.
Researchers recently reviewed the evidence examining how vitamin D may prevent skin cancer. Dr Cannell explains the mechanisms.