vitamin D

New Study Says 1.5 Hours Outside Reduces Depression Risk

A latest research study has linked depression risk with the daily time spent outdoors. Depression is known to have multiple overlapping factors and the recent study adds a fresh perspective to an already existing factor, the environment . The study has uncovered that people who spend 1.5 hours outdoors are at the lowest risk of depression. It also mentioned that spending too much or less than 1.5 hours outside can also contribute to depression.

Study Suggests Vitamin D Deficiency Can Cause Early Death

New research has suggested that lack of vitamin D can lead to early death. Vitamin D is responsible for calcium, phosphate regulation in the body that keep our bones and muscles healthy. People with regular exposure to sun, which is the easiest source of vitamin D, have lower risk of dying earlier than those with low exposure to sun.