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Stanford dermatologist discusses connection between sun protection and vitamin D

Stanford dermatologist Jean Tang, MD, PhD, recently appeared on KGO 7 Live to discuss research on the link between low vitamin D levels and an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disease and some cancers. Watch the video above to learn more about the growing body of scientific evidence, including two studies from Tang and colleagues, on how protecting oneself from the sun by using sunscreen or staying in the shade may impact vitamin D levels.

Previously: Study links calcium plus vitamin D to decreased melanoma risk, Study finds high prevalence of vitamin-D deficiency among skin cancer patients and Common drug might help prevent skin cancers

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