Here’s when low vitamin D is a potential concern and when you might need to get your levels tested.
Day to day, sunshine might not affect our mood – but light and dark seasons do.
The sun emits harmful rays 365 days a year, even when cloudy or rainy. Children must be protected or they may develop cataracts at an earlier age and run the risk of skin cancer of the eyelids.
Simply closing your eyes will protect your eyes from sunlight. But looking straight at it can cause serious damage.
A new study points to a clear link between childhood arthritis and abnormally low levels of vitamin D, especially ion northern countries.
Africa is blessed with an abundance of sunshine.Given the heavy demand for energy, alternatives, such as solar, could provide solutions and help stimulate economic growth.