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Sunscreen won’t stop you making vitamin D – here’s what you should know

By Karl Lawrence, Research fellow, King's College London
Antony Young, Professor of Experimental Photobiology, King's College London
It’s all kicking off on social media, again. This time it’s about wearing sunscreen. The argument began when Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, raised concerns that daily sunscreen use could lead to vitamin D deficiency.

While Spector’s post gained a lot of attention, it isn’t the first time an argument against…The Conversation

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