UV rays

cancer | Longevity LIVE

According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, killing around 9 million people in 2018. In the US, it was estimated that over 1.7 million new cases of cancer would be diagnosed in 2018, and of these cases, 609 640 people would die from the disease. Moreover, the

getting sunshine [longevity live]

Getting sunshine might be your best bet when it comes to increasing your vitamin D levels. The supplement kind is good too, but of course – as with anything artificial – it isn’t the best. But why is there this hype around vitamin D lately? That’s what we want to

foods | Longevity LIVE

While sun exposure can help in providing a daily dose of Vitamin D, excessive exposure to UV rays can be extremely detrimental to our health. UV rays can activate free radicals in the skin which can lead to premature aging, as well as increase the risk for skin cancer. Furthermore,

sunglasses | Longevity LIVE

Sunglasses have long been considered the perfect warm-weather accessory. After all, a great pair of shades is just what your eyes need to protect them from the bright summer sun. But, what most people don’t realize is that sunglasses can be just as important, if not more, during the cold