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Some experts say that brief sun exposure supplies all the vitamin D one needs. However, there's never been a study of how much vitamin D sun exposure generates.
New research shows that vitamin D from sun exposure may prevent strokes.
If you notice that you are less active, less happy, sleep more or eat more in the winter, stop what you are doing and go outside!
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