1. haidut

    Avoiding Sunlight May Be As Bad For Health As Smoking A Pack A Day

    As most readers of this blog know, the current recommendations of the American Dermatology Association (ADA) call for pretty much no sun exposure of any skin areas unless those areas have been "protected" by sunscreen. The same recommendation applies to tanning beds and makes not distinction of...
  2. haidut

    Endocrine Disruptors In Sunscreen Absorb Systemically And Persist For Days

    So much for the safety of sunscreen. Of course, the article immediately goes on the defensive and warns against stopping sunscreen. It even includes gems like "The sun is the real enemy here" and keeps repeating the mantra that it is all about risk-benefits analysis. Yet, even MSM is forced to...
  3. W

    A Safe Organic Sunscreen

    Hi all, After weeks of research for a safe suncreen for my baby, I think that I finally found one of the safest. I just bought it on the manufacturer's website, so I will put an update as soon as I get the product on hand to see if it does the job....
  4. haidut

    Topical Caffeine As Sunscreen

    In support of the recently launched SolBan, here is an article in the popular press about caffeine's sunscreen effects and protection against skin cancer when applied topically. ... kin-cancer
  5. C

    Minimising Skin Damage From Sunlight

    Hey guys, hope you're all swell xx I've just started a new job working outside and it's going to be a long, hot summer! I'm interested in what one can to minimise skin damage from being outside. I think avoidance of PUFA would be a priority. Would nutrients that inhibit the release of the free...
  6. haidut

    Caffeine acts like a sunscreen and may prevent skin cancer

    In combination with aspirin and niacinamide it has no equal in the commercial sunscreen world. "...Mechanism studies indicate that caffeine has a sunscreen effect that inhibits UVB-induced formation of thymine dimers and sunburn lesions in the...
  7. J

    Aspirin & Vitamin D Production

    Using aspirin allows a person to stay longer in the sun without getting sunburned. Does aspirin affect vitamin D production? I.e., do we produce less, more, or about the same amount of vitamin D if we sunbathe after taking it as after not taking aspirin?