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Can Working Indoors Give You Skin Cancer?

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Contrary to what you may have heard, appropriate sun exposure actually helps prevent the fatal type of skin cancer, melanoma. In fact, melanoma skin cancer, has been found to decrease with greater sun exposure, and can be increased by sunscreens. In fact, indoor workers get three to nine times LESS solar UV exposure than outdoor workers get, yet only indoor workers have increasing rates of melanoma — and the rates have been increasing since before 1940. Read this informative article to dispel the many myths of melanoma skin cancer.

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Can Sunlight Help Prevent Skin Cancer?

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We’ve heard countless times that sunlight causes skin cancer. We’ve also seen that there is little or even no scientific evidence to support the claim that sunlight causes skin cancer. It appears to be a rather clever marketing pitch for sunscreen. In this article by the University of California, San Francisco, we learn that sunlight actually helps to prevent skin cancer. The scientific evidence is in: “the sun may not be entirely the enemy some people think it is…vitamin D that sunlight helps the body create may help prevent a number of cancers, including skin cancer.”

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Cancer Society’s Anti-Sun Ads Decried as Deceptive

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Despite the Cancer Society’s claims that skin cancer is caused by sun exposure, increasing evidence shows that sun exposure reduces the risk of all forms of cancer and that skin cancer is more likely caused by a diet lacking omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids.  Further more, no evidence exists that show that sunblock or sunscreen lotions prevent skin cancer.

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The Truth About Sunlight, Cancer and Vitamin D (video)

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Mike Adams, The Health Ranger, shares his own perspective on the connection between sunlight, vitamin D and skin cancer. Learn what research and science Mike Adams uses to exposure the myth that sunlight causes skin cancer in this 23 minute video.

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Abodes of Surya – Arasavalli

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The Suryanarayana temple at Arasavalli in Andhra Pradesh, India is an ancient one built by the Kalinga rulers in the 1st millennium CE. It is believed that those with skin ailments, blindness and barrenness are miraculously cured of their afflictions upon offering worship at this temple.

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Benefits of Sunlight: A Bright Spot for Human Health 6

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It is very clear that modern science has proven that sunlight exposure is necessary for human health. However how much sunlight exposure may not be.  M. Nathaneil Mead discusses how much sunlight exposure people should get in Part 6 of his article the Beneftis of Sunlight: A Bright Spot for Human Health.

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Sunlight and Cancer Risk video

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This Natural News TV video teaches about the body’s many needs for adequate sunlight exposure. Learn about the relationship between the Sun and four elements of life – earth, air, fire, water – and the how our body responds to natural sunlight by creating Vitamin D.

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Benefits of Sunlight: A Bright Spot for Human Health 4

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Does sunlight cause cancer or protect against it?  Get the facts in Part 4 of the Benefits of Sunlight: Cancer: Cause, Protection, or Both?

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Dynamic of Light: The Effects of Light on Health

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What is light and how does light affect human health?  This article by Matt DeBow examines early research on sunlight and biochemical and hormones in plants and animal cells, brain research, pituitary gland hormones, full spectrum light, cancer, UV light, and much more.

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Abodes of Suyra – Sun Temple at Unao

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The sun temple at Unao in Madhya Pradesh is an ancient one, believed to be associated with cures for skin ailments.

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Does Too Much Sun Really Cause Melanoma?

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Sam Shuster, a consultant dermatologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, argues that sun exposure is not the major cause of malignant melanoma.

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Does Sun Exposure Really Cause Melanoma?

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In this 5 minute audio interview, Dr. Robert Heaney explains why sunshine has been wrongly accused of being the main culprit in causing deadly skin cancer, melanoma.

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