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Science Says Sun Exposure Improves Sex Life (And Not Just Because Tans are Sexy)

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Exposure to bright lights, similar to sunlight, tripled reported sexual satisfaction in men by increasing testosterone production in a new study: It’s no secret that everyone looks and feels a little sexier with a nice tan. But that’s apparently not the only way sunshine can improve your sex life. Exposure to bright lights, similar to sunlight, tripled reported sexual satisfaction […]

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Too Little Sunshine Can Take A Toll On Your Health, Too

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Throughout this beautiful summer, now nearing its end, we have heard a lot of warnings about the UV index, and have been told to stay out of the sun. So, am I confusing people by saying that avoiding sunshine could hurt you? What we never seem to hear is the fact that a lot of […]

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Avoiding Sunlight is Associated with a 1000% Increase in Breast Cancer

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By Marc Sorenson, EdD, Sunlight Institute As I was searching the National Library of Medicine (PubMed) for information on sunlight and its relationship to breast cancer, a profoundly important piece of research emerged. An investigation from Iran on the association between cancer risk and vitamin D showed that low vitamin D predicted only a slightly […]

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How to Get Vitamin D from sunlight

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Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones, and we get most of our vitamin D from exposure to sunlight. Find out how to get enough without risking sun damage. Everyone needs vitamin D to absorb calcium and phosphorus from their diet. These minerals are important for healthy bones. A lack of vitamin D – known as vitamin […]

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Natural Vitamin D Levels 46 ng/ml: Study

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This is a very informative article published on SmartTan.com A first-of-its-kind study of vitamin D levels among those whose outdoor lifestyles give us the best clues of what is natural for humans supports the contention that regular tanners have natural vitamin D levels and non-tanners are falling far short. Published in the British Journal of […]

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