Good News, Sun Worshipers – IOTW Report

Good News, Sun Worshipers

Principia Scientific

Rates of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, have been rising for at least the last three decades, and this increase has been largely blamed on exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun.

However, research published in the British Journal of Dermatology shows that the sun is likely nothing more than a scapegoat in the development of melanoma, and the sharp increase may actually be “an artifact caused by diagnostic drift.” More

11 Comments on Good News, Sun Worshipers

  1. I know for a fact D3 supplements work, I also know the sun works even better.

    By the way….whatever happened to that hole in the ozone that was gonna kill us all?

  2. I am a sun worshiper and have been most of my life.

    Too much of anything is not good.

    Some of us are lucky, others…..not so much.

  3. I totally believe this. My entire famdamily spends summer out doors in 100 degree plus weather. Especially me, usually on the front end of a Bass Boat. Knock on wood, no problems. Yet I have friends that look like straight up Albinos all year long and they’re constantly having shit burnt off. I usually don’t burn, but I have.
    Worst I was ever burnt was an early spring day on the Delta just barely warm enough to take your shirt off. But the wind was blowing like a bag full of assholes and man I got roasted. My face peeled for days.

  4. A ton of interesting info packed in this one article! Being out in the sun has always made me feel better.

  5. Oh yeah, ACID RAIN, that was the one I forgot when talking about this shit with Dad, today. I remembered the new ice age, and radon gas!, and THE FUCKING OZONE HOLE! HAA! I forgot about THE ACID RAIN!

  6. I’ve noticed some dangerous looking moles on young people. Seems like more than it used too. Maybe it’s just me.

  7. I’m not surprised at all. My father got melanoma on the bottom of his right foot. Unfortunately, because of the place the doctor thought it was something else, and it was too late when it was discovered. It’s a very aggressive cancer.


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