How to Get Enough Vitamin D From the Sun Without Risking Cancer
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Vitamin D can protect against a wide range of conditions. Unfortunately the primary source — the sun — can also cause skin cancer. But a leading cancer specialist has devised a five-point plan for getting enough vitamin D without putting yourself at risk. [Full Story]
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