Melanoma – Not From Too Much Sun But From Too Little!

Melanoma, the most deadly skin-cancer, does not occur from too much sun. That is the conclusion from an article at Mercola.com, the World's #1 Natural Health Website. The studies examined in the article confirms that what I have been writing about in my previous posts and in my video about 30-years of sun-scare, are the

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Embrace the Sun – CHAPTER 1: Does Sun Exposure Cause Melanoma?

In Chapter One, the authors of “Embrace The Sun,” Drs. Marc B. Sorenson and William B. Grant, disprove the thesis that sun exposure causes the deadly skin cancer melanoma. They do it by answering five essential questions about melanoma. The scientifically and statistically proven answers pulverize any argument in defense of the medical myth that

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World Vitamin D Day November 2nd

World Vitamin D Day – 2 November 2019

#WorldVitaminDDay – Every year on 2 November, the World Vitamin D Day is observed to remind us about the importance of Vitamin D. Observed, not “celebrated”, because 90% of us has no reason to celebrate our levels of vitamin D. We do, however, have a lot of reasons to observe our Vitamin D, not one

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Melanoma Day: It’s Scary… But Not In The Way You Might Think

Melanoma Day: It’s Scary… But Not In The Way You Might Think The melanoma awareness month (or week/day) has become a new sign of that summer is approaching. In Europe, the organisation behind the Melanoma Day is Euromelanoma, which describes itself as: “a pan-European campaign for skin cancer prevention that aims to give information to

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We are for healthy tanning

Since the beginning of life on earth, sunlight is the source of life. Starting 40 years ago, we are told to stay away from sunshine and sunbeds because any exposure to UV-light will kill us. Why?

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Russia Seeking to Bring Back UV-light Into Russian Healthcare

The President of Russia issued today, 1 April 2020, a decree for Russia to revisit some of the public health protocols from the Soviet times. In a press statement from Kremlin, the spokesperson explains: “The recent virus scare has made us rethink the direction in which Russian public health care went after the end of

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Reduce breast cancer with uv-light

Reduce the risk of breast-cancer with sunlight

Sunlight and vitamin D-rich diet can reduce the risk of breast-cancer with up to 43 %. This conclusion from a French study among 70,000 women, confirms the Swedish study reported from in my post Tanned-women-live-longer. Breast-cancerer is the by far most common cancer among women (prostate-cancer, is the most common among men). Take a look at the

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How to Use Your iPad or iPhone to Make Vitamin D

How to Use Your iPad or iPhone to Make Vitamin D Did you know that you can use your iPhone or iPad to help you make vitamin D? There is actually an app, D-Minder, that can do just that. No, it will not turn the screen of your mobile device into a UV-lamp. Instead it

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The most successful “black marketing” campaign in the world?

In July 2009 the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an Agency organized within UN’s World Health Organization (WHO), announced through The Lancet Oncology medical journal and press-releases, the “breaking news”  about the classification of ‘the use of UV-emitting tanning devices to Group 1, “carcinogenic to humans”’. This announcement created a new wave of

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Why is there a flu-season wintertime

Why Is There A flu-Season Wintertime And Why Are We That Much Healthier During Summer?

The apparent focus for health authorities should be on finding the answer to this question: “How can we create summerlike conditions indoors during wintertime?” Given the recent virus scare and health-concerns in general, that’s the question which ought to occupy the sharpest brains in medical research and among health care authorities day and night. But, unfortunately, it doesn’t. The Medical-Industrial Complex provides us with an explanation but is it the correct one? Are they maybe deliberately blind for the “elephant in the room” as presented by the statistics below?

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Will the inventor of tanning lamps get the Nobel Prize

Inventor of the Tanning Lamp Nominated for the Nobel Prize

Breaking news – leaked information from the Nobel Prize Committee – the inventor of the Tanning Lamp is among the nominees for 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. The information comes from an anonymous source with inside access to the Nobel Committee in Stockholm. According to the source, a relative to the 1903 winner

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Dutch Cancer Council new sunlight recommendations

For many years the Dutch Cancer Council, just like most of their peers in other countries, was recommending people to stay away from tanning under the midday sun and always protect the skin with sun-blocking lotions. They were all misled by inflated statistics over melanoma-diagnoses handed to them by dermatologists employed by large cosmetic companies.

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