Higher Sunlight Exposure Tied to Reduced MS Risk in Children

Higher Sunlight Exposure Tied to Reduced MS Risk in Children

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Higher Sunlight Exposure Tied to Reduced MS Risk in Children

Children and young adults who spend more time outdoors in the sunshine are less likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study, which suggests that sunshine might help to protect against the disease. “Advising regular time in the sun of at least 30 minutes daily especially during summer, using sun protection as needed, especially for first degree relatives of MS patients, may be a worthwhile intervention to reduce the incidence of MS,”…

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