Workers exposed to sunlight through windows on the job got more sleep and reported higher quality of life than those without natural light access at work, in a study published in an online supplement to the journal Sleep. As reported by Forbes.com, workers with...read more
Have you ever wondered how the good guys always manage to get the best of their villainous foes in books and films? According to a paper in the Medical Journal of Australia it has nothing to do with justice or karma – it’s because of vitamin D! A fun study reported...read more
A large discrepancy exists between how much vitamin D people think they they are getting from their diet and how much they are really getting, according to the 2013 Functional Foods Consumer Survey. Sixty-eight percent of those surveyed by the International Food...read more
Shelly DeJaynes LaPlant had never tanned in her life. Saddled with fair Type II skin growing up in sunny Colorado, she couldn’t go outside in the summer without breaking out in a rash or getting sunburn. Her transformation story is a testament to what Smart Tan salons...read more
How can a spray technician in Florida using the same spray tan solution as a Colorado spray technician get a different outcome? The answer is simple – environmental conditions. Perhaps you live in an area where the weather is hot and humid. Maybe you reside in a place...read more
Where did the Vitamin D Council get its recommendation that adults take 5,000 IU/day of vitamin D3 for the rest of their life? The Institute of Medicine’s Food and Nutrition Board say 600 IU/day is enough for adults, and the Endocrine Society says 2,000 IU/day is...read more
DNA changes resulting from simulated moderate sunshine were corrected by the skin within hours of exposure in a study published last year in the British Journal of Dermatology. This finding supports the notion that moderate UV exposure is not a major risk factor for...read more
“The dogma, now fossilized in print, is that any tan is a sign of skin damage. Tell that to Darwin. Pigmented melanocytes in the skin are a system that protects it from excessive UV, which evolved long before the advent of sunscreens. Even if there was hard evidence...read more
A recent press release from the Vitamin D Society of Canada discusses the need for vitamin D in the winter, in order to reduce the risk and intensity of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. SAD is a feeling of low motivation, depressed mood, decreased concentration,...read more
A new Canadian study has found sunbeds can be as beneficial as the sun for increasing Vitamin D. Get the latest in UV bulb technology - book your next tanning session with Desert Tan Bronzing Studio!read more
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