ALL ABOUT SUNBURN – AVOID AT ALL COSTS – A LOT OF INFORMATION

Information on why you should avoid sunburn at all costs from WebMD: You lie out in the sun hoping to get a golden tan, but instead walk away from your lounge chair with a sunburn looking like a lobster that's been left in the pot too long. Despite health warnings about sun damage, many of us still subject our skin to the sun's burning rays. More than one-third of adults and nearly 70% of children admit they've gotten sunburned within the past…

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PREVENTIVE HEALTH MAINTENANCE

Rolls off the tongue easily.  Twenty years ago the three words were not used together and now it’s a full-time preoccupation to participate in preventive health maintenance.  The largest vital organ is the SKIN, so what is your preventive effort for taking care of it?  Moisturizers?  The very best is to hydrate your body and stay that way.  Coffee, Sodas and Energy Drinks are dehydrants so don’t count those.  WATER, clean water at room temperature, can’t get any better unless you…

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Everybody is talking

I have a friend that sells MT2. So I thought I would give it a try. This after one week of use. Sunday · Unlike ·  You, Reggie Christopher Jr, Brad Hogan and 3 others like this. Mary Peden It usually takes me about a month to get to this stage. I haven’t even used the tanning bed yet. This is the 3rd time that I have laid out in the sun. Sunday at 5:23pm · Unlike ·  2 people Rick Moser ahhhhhh very………………

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Sunscreen

A new book written by a licensed clinical scientist is slamming the chemical sunscreen industry for producing a product the author calls a “biohazard” that is more harmful than the sunlight it seeks to block. “We have been told the sun is harmful and we need to protect our skin from its rays,” Dr. Elizabeth Plourde writes. “Yet, the chemicals used in sunscreens are not only more harmful to us than the sun, they are harmful to all water…

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Vitamin D…Why and How

Scientists have now mapped the exact points where Vitamin D interacts with more than 200 genes, unlocking more of the mechanism by which natural levels of ‘The Sunshine Vitamin’ are related to overall health, according to a study published this week in the medical journal Genome Research. “Scientists have mapped the points at which vitamin D interacts with our DNA — and identified over two hundred genes that it directly influences,” medical news web site PhysOrg.com reported this week….

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