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Sample Journal Study Update
VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY LINKED TO OBESITY IN CHILDREN: A study has found an association between lower blood levels of vitamin D and higher levels of adiposity in 479 school-age children. Adiposity is the amount of fat stored in the body and is considered a strong risk factor for diabetes. Body Mass Index (BMI) readings are not always good indications of the amount of fat in the body. For this reason, researchers used several different measures to determine adiposity or "fatness" in these children, over a 30 month period: BMI, waist circumference (WC), skin-fold thickness ratio, and height. Using these indicators and specialized statistical analysis techniques, they found that adiposity was higher in these children to the extent that the blood levels of vitamin D were lower. Vitamin D levels are measured in nanomoles per liter or nmol/L; deficiency was defined as less than 50, insufficiency as 50 to less than 75, and sufficiency as 75 or more nmol/L. This study was released October 6, 2010 but won't be published until a future issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. It is accessible online now to subscribers and those who pay an access fee, at http://bit.ly/bltKxJ.

Sample Factoid
A sunscreen with an SPF, or sun protection factor, of 30 does not offer twice the protection from UVB rays of the sun as a sunscreen with an SPF of 15. In fact, a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 offers a 93 percent protection from UVB, while a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 offers only a slightly better 97 percent protection from UVB. Double the SPF does not offer twice the protection and does not mean you can stay out in the sun twice as long. Because some ultraviolet light may still get through sunscreens, they should not be used as a way of prolonging sun exposure. For comparison, a white tee shirt has an SPF of only 3.

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