Study: The More Vitamin D You Soak Up in the Summer, The Less Depressed You’ll Be in the Winter

January 6, 2019 at 1:21 am




Researchers discover the amount of sunlight you soak up in the summer affects your seratonin levels the following winter

Sunlit Rooms Have Half as Much Bacteria as Dark Rooms, and No Respiratory-Disease-Causing Bacteria, New Study Finds

October 26, 2018 at 3:49 pm




Open the curtains! Or maybe build more windows! Study finds sunlight is the best disinfectant!

Health Benefits of Sunbathing FAR Outweigh Risks, World Health Organization Says

April 13, 2018 at 7:01 pm




Sunbathing dramatically reduces the risk of several types of cancers, autoimmune diseases, bone diseases, type 1 diabetes, depression, and, in proper doses, can even reduce the risk of melanoma, a meta-analysis of sun-related-disease studies finds

Plenty of Sunlight Reduces Risk of Nearsightedness 25 Percent, Study Finds

November 17, 2017 at 2:37 pm

Despite centuries of warnings to “protect” our eyes from the sun, researchers around the world are now discovering the sun is actually the best protection we have against nearsightedness.



The number of people with nearsightedness or “myopia” has been on a sharp rise over the last couple of decades along with the number of hours young people spend in artificially lit indoors staring at screens.