“O, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on Earth.”
Exposure to moderate amounts of sunshine may slow the development of obesity and diabetes, a new study suggests.
A new study has revealed that exposure to moderate amounts of sunshine may slow the development of obesity and diabetes.
A new study shows that lesser suicide rates are associated with more daily sunshine in the preceding 14 to 60 days.
A new study has revealed that exposing skin to sunlight may help to reduce blood pressure and thus cut the risk of heart attack and stroke.
People who love exposing themselves to the sun can now take solace, as a new study has revealed that though spending long hours in sun may up health hazards, it has lot of benefits too.
A new study has suggested that exposing skin to sunlight may help reduce blood pressure, cut the risk of heart attack and stroke - and even prolong life.
Researchers, for the first time, have designed a vibrating steering wheel that tells drivers where to steer when undipped headlights and other visual impediments leave them temporarily blinded.
A new study led by Valencian researchers has shown that children who live in colder, wetter cities are at greater risk of suffering from asthma, since there are fewer hours of sunlight in such places.
Upholding the primacy of one`s
right to access natural light and fresh air, a Delhi court has
ordered a woman to demolish a newly raised wall, blocking a
sole window in her neighbour`s house.
Low levels of vitamin D caused by a lack of sunlight is putting millions of people in danger of developing type 2 diabetes.
Children who live in colder, wetter cities are at greater risk of suffering from asthma.
Sunshine and Vitamin D are essential for maintaining our physical strength and cognitive abilities.
Milk with vitamin D can make our bones not only stronger but also prevent heart disease, cancer.
Now, know why sunlight and a good diet aren`t always enough.
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