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    hossenfeffer; posted:
    Avoid Sun is wrong. You need sunshine to open the VDR receptors and aid in the absorbtion of calcium for starters. Sunscreen should be abolished it is a common fact that octyl methoxcinnamagte and titanium dioxide cause cancer. Kill cells. So do your research and beware
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    davedsel57 responded:
    If you did not use sunscreen or avoid too much time in the sun, you would increase your risk for skin cancer. Everything in moderation should be the guiding principle for everything in our lives, IMHO.
    - Blessings, Dave


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