Why do people love sunrises?
Posted May 04, 2019 10:57:14A common myth is that sunrises are the best time of year.
But there is more to it than just sunsets and sunrises.
A new study has found that there is actually more sun than there is oxygen in the air, which means we need to spend less time in the shade and less time indoors.
A study led by a team of researchers from the University of Toronto, the University at Buffalo, the Johns Hopkins University and the University in London and published in the journal Nature Photonics says that the number of times we can be exposed to sunlight is more than we ever thought.
It is a new way of looking at how sunlight affects our health.
Sunlight exposure has long been considered a risk factor for diseases like cancer, heart disease and asthma.
But it has also been linked to the increase in cancer rates and even an increase in the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers from the university and the National Cancer Institute, led by Dr. Jodi Eberhardt, developed a way to test the link between the amount of sunlight and our risk of certain diseases.
It looked at data on more than 7,500 people, including a group of Canadians who were not on any drugs, and looked at the number and types of sunscreens they used, how long they spent indoors and the amount they wore.
They found that those who were exposed to sun for a longer period of time were more likely to have certain types of cancer.
They also found that people who spent a lot of time indoors were more at risk of developing certain types