Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Doctors do not know nothing

"Scientists Say Sunshine May Prevent Cancer"

That is not true because I know for a fact that sunshine causes cancer. The doctors said so.

"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.

The vitamin is D, nicknamed the "sunshine vitamin" because the skin makes it from ultraviolet rays. Sunscreen blocks its production, but dermatologists and health agencies have long preached that such lotions are needed to prevent skin cancer. Now some scientists are questioning that advice. The reason is that vitamin D increasingly seems important for preventing and even treating many types of cancer."

Doctors must devoid of the common sense that god gave them. If your body naturally produces a vitamin by using energy from the sun, the chances are the sun (in proper amounts) is a good thing.


via drudge


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