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Tanning to ward off cancer?

First they tell you one thing, then they tell you another:

My Way News
Scientists are excited about a vitamin again. But unlike fads that sizzled and fizzled, the evidence this time is strong and keeps growing. If it bears out, it will challenge one of medicine's most fundamental beliefs: that people need to coat themselves with sunscreen whenever they're in the sun. Doing that may actually contribute to far more cancer deaths than it prevents, some researchers think.

Maybe joining the BYU Tanning Club wasn't such a bad idea after all.


The article mentions that many doctors are afraid that people will use this information as an excuse to overdo on sun exposure. I've read other articles on this subject recently (it seems to be a hot topic) that suggests 15 minutes, without sunscreen, 2-3 times per week ( is one example).

Dr. Pepper saves

They have also found that by drinking 3 Dr. Peppers a day you prolong your life by two and a half years, but 3 is the minimum, if you drink only one or two you will not build up the stamina neccesary to prolong your life. Dr. Jesse Helms speaks about segregating the truth from what people have come to believe.

I love when science approves of my life style.