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Disrupted Circadian Rhythms predict Breast Cancer and other diseases. Can we reverse disrupted Rhythms by Camping regularly?

Benefits of sun exposure, by Marc Sorenson, EdD… Interesting research regarding the critical necessity of sun exposure continues to mount. …

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Nocturnal Light Pollution and Sunlight Deficiency lead to Circadian Disruption and related Diseases and may reduce the Efficacy of Chemotherapy.

Many times I have written about the need for sunlight to stimulate the production of vitamin D, serotonin, endorphin and …

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Understanding Proper Circadian Rhythms and the Critical Importance of Light in maintaining them.

By Marc Sorenson, EdD, Sunlight Institute Sunlight, through regulation of the proper circadian rhythms, influences the health of nearly the …

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Circadian Rhythms and the Critical importance of Sunlight. How to get back in Sync!

By Marc Sorenson, EdD, Sunlight Institute When you stay up late at night and then sleep too late, you may …

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Eye surgeons recommed bright sunlight to maintain proper circadian rythyms.

By: Marc Sorenson, Sunlight Institute– The doctors also state that the bright sunlight n Florida, where they practice, will improve overall health. …

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Light exposure for the gut. Soak it up for health!

Light exposure for the gut, by Marc Sorenson, EdD L Light exposure for the gut seems like a strange concept. …

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Macular degeneration. Stop blaming the sun!

Macular degeneration and sun exposure. By Marc Sorenson, EdD Macular degeneration [or age-related macular degeneration (AMD)] is a cause for …

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Love the sun because. Part one

Love the sun because. By Marc Sorenson, EdD We should love the sun and embrace it in spite of the …

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Blue light—a sunny miracle. By Marc Sorenson, EdD

What is blue light? Blue light is a light spectrum, emitted by the sun. It also emitted by technology devices …

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Mood and sunlight, safely soak it up.

Mood is essential to a happy life and wellbeing. By Marc Sorenson, EdD Mood (a good mood) is critical to …

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