DON’T CHASE A VITAMIN D BOOST

experts in Australia warn: “sun protection to reduce the risk of skin cancer should be the priority even for people with vitamin D deficiency”, according to The Guardian.

Australian authorities have released new advice on prolonged sun exposure amid concerns people are risking skin cancer in the mistaken belief they are boosting their vitamin D levels.


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According to a new study by researchers at Brown University, alcohol in general and white wine in particular is associated with higher melanoma risks. Another surprise came when the researchers looked

VITAMIN-D DEFICIENCY IN UAE

At any given time, more than 50 percent of United Arab Emirates citizens are deficient. Dr. Humeira Badsha, a rheumatologist in Dubai, says that at any given time, more than 50 percent of UAE citizens

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