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Vitamin D

Breast Cancer and Vitamin D, What’s the Connection?

Dr. Sherry Ross, Oct. 15, 2015
The fact is breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women. As early as the 1980’s, studies began looking at the link between Vitamin D and various types of cancer, including breast cancer.

Study provides clues as to how vitamin D may protect against ovarian cancer

Will Hunter, April 6, 2016
Ovarian cancer is one of the deadliest of all gynecologic (related to female reproductive health) cancers. It is the fifth-leading cause of cancer-related death among women.

Low vitamin D level predicts cognitive decline in older population

Journal of the American Medical Association-Neurology, September 15, 2015
Older adults with deficiencies in vitamin D experience more rapid cognitive decline over time than those with adequate vitamin D levels.

Common sunscreen chemicals disrupt hormones, can lead to endometriosis and low sperm count

By Johnson: (NaturalNews) There's a lot of fear and misunderstanding when it comes to the sun. Afraid of being burned, consumers are quick to lather on sunscreen chemicals to block out the sun's rays. This is done without understanding what these chemicals are and what they do to the body's natural hormone levels. It's also very easy to neglect the importance of daily sunlight exposure. To maintain a healthy immune system, one should embrace 15-30 minutes of sun exposure each day, instead of avoiding it.

Is the CDC inflating influenza death statistics by ignoring vitamin D deficiencies?

By Gutierrez:(NaturalNews) It is well established that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) dramatically inflates the numbers of people who are killed each year by the flu, seemingly in order to push the influenza vaccine. But in its haste to promote vaccination, the CDC may be overlooking a potentially major contributor to not only rates of influenza infection, but to actual deaths from respiratory infections: vitamin D deficiency.