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    Ross Currie
    May 14, 2012

    I think what is important is to have some level of sunlight exposure every other day, and using that sunlight expose to exercise. What I would do is sneak in a little jog every few days in the sun so that I not only get some sun, I get some exercise too.

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    August 25, 2012

    I have a lot of skin damage because I got way too much exposure as a kid. I have had to have 2 growths removed with surgery. I sure wish my parents would have kept me out of the sun when I was little. I’m sure I look much older than I am now in my mid fifty’s

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    October 25, 2012

    This is a great topic. I have recently been told about your blog by a patient and have liked what I’ve read so far. What I find interesting about this particular article is the fact that I was 23 when diagnosed with advanced melanoma. As a former ballet dancer, I spent most of my life in an artificially lit studio rather then in the sun, yet I battled the most deadly of skin cancers. My own research led me to other melanoma survivors with similar stories and resources that dispel traditional beliefs that the sun is dangerous. Try reading “The Healing Sun” by Richard Hobnay. It may be over a decade old, but research continues to back his theories.

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    November 6, 2012

    Mind: Blown.

    Hahahaha! This totally makes sense, but has shifted my paradigm a bit [I did aquatics in High School, put on the sun screen religiously, etc] Awesome post.

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    November 14, 2012

    Awesome article. I live in Olympia, WA so I know all about not getting enough sun. I spent a few years down in Arizona at college and I really enjoyed all the sunshine. I probably overdid it. I’m trying to be smarter now and find a balance though.

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    November 28, 2012

    Great article.

    The evidence seems pretty solid against roasting yourself to a crisp each and every day. It never seems to stop those unnaturally tanned leather skinned folk which seem to frequent each and every beach.

    I think the best option is to slap on the sunscreen and grab a panama hat – as missing out on the beach is not an option for me!

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    Dr. Charles L. Foster
    December 3, 2012

    The pendulum is swinging. It never made sense that the sun was bad for us. It is necessary. Moderation and conditioning are they key. Some studies suggest the sunscreen lotions pose their own threat to health. Get more information. Check out this article from our site.


    Dr. Charles Foster
    Rutland, VT

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    January 23, 2013

    Great article, it all boils down to moderation. I try and get as much sun as possible if I can. During a hot and humid day, I managed to get a heat stroke, I learned from that one! I carry a water bottle with me at all times.

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    Kelly Williams
    March 26, 2013

    Love the information you shared. I guess sun exposure can be good for your body but TOO MUCH EXPOSURE now that is not good.

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    April 23, 2013

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    November 21, 2013

    Great article Rusty :)

    There is a lot of controversy around this subject. I was watching one of ” The Random Show ” episodes where Tim was trying out a supplement that might act as sunscreen.

    – Trevor

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