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Midday Sun – Avoid It at Your Peril: REFERENCES:

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  21. US National Institutes of Health website – https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/vitamind.asp
  22. Grant, WB. An estimate of premature cancer mortality in the U.S. due to inadequate doses of solar ultraviolet-B radiation. Cancer. March 2002; 94:1867-75.
  23. Grant, WB. Insufficient sunlight may kill 45,000 Americans each year from internal cancer J Col Dermatol. 2004: 3.176-78.
  24. Grant, WB. Garland, CF. Holick, MF. Comparisons of estimated economic burdens due to insufficient solar ultraviolet irradiance and vitamin D and excess solar UV for the United States. Photochem Photobiol. 2005. 81:1276-1286.
  25. . Grant, WB. Garland, CF. The association of solar ultraviolet B (UVB) with reducing risk of cancer: multifactorial ecologic analysis of geographic variation in age-adjusted cancer mortality rates. Anticancer Res 2006; 26:2687-99.
  26. Godar, DE. Landry, RJ. Lucas, AD. Increased UVA exposures and decreased cutaneous Vitamin D(3) levels may be responsible for the increasing incidence of melanoma. Med Hypotheses. 2009 Apr;72(4):434-43.
  27. Dr Holick is the author of the books, ‘The Vitamin D Solution’ and ‘The UV Advantage’
  28. Gilchrest, B. Eller, M. Geller, A. Yaar, M. The Pathogenesis of Melanoma Induced by Ultraviolet Radiation. The New England Journal of Medicine. April 29, 1999.
  29. Refer 26. Godar, DE et al.
  30. Moan, J. Dahlback, A. Porojnicu, AC. At what time should one go out in the sun. Advanced Experiments in Medical Biology 2008; 624: 86-88.
  31. Sullivan, K. Naked at Noon, Understanding Sunlight and Vitamin D, 2002.
  32. There are a number of correlation studies suggesting a link between chemical sunscreens and increased melanoma. A couple of good examples include

Other good resources include,

Krispin Sullivan’s book, Naked at Noon
www.sunarc.org
https://sunlightandvitamind.com
https://www.mercola.com/2002/feb/23/vitamin_d.htm
Dr. Michael Holick’s books, The Vitamin D Solution & The UV Advantage.

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