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How can it be that the public health establishment is ignoring the
suggests that sunshine is very good for you and a likely answer to the so
french paradox ie why do the southern europeans have so much less vascular
disease than they should according to conventional risk factors?
why are they so blind to this issue? is it because they would have to
ordinary people are right to believe that a suntan is actually good for
that the sun protection hysteria that has been peddled so relentlessly is
we urgently need trials to explore the possibilty of measuring and
vitamin d insufficency as a means of preventing and treating vascular
Obviously we cant rely on drug companies to do this.