How do you keep your eyesight, keep your mind, and keep your body safe from the effects of radiation exposure?
For some, the answer is to simply keep moving.
But for others, that’s not possible, and so they’ve decided to take matters into their own hands.
For many, it’s because they have little or no chance of ever seeing sunlight again.
The Japanese study, which involved about 2,000 participants, looked at how many times people took a walk, jogging, biking, or swimming each day between January and June 2017.
Some had to be told that they couldn’t go for the walk, while others had to give permission to take the swim.
Researchers found that people who were at risk for radiation exposure were at least as likely to skip the walking, jogged, or cycling.
This suggests that the Japanese study was too small, but it’s not surprising given the prevalence of sunburn in Japan.
But some people didn’t do as well as they thought they might.
People who had been told they couldn´t take the walks, jogs, or bikes were at a higher risk for sunburn.
This suggests that people with a higher exposure to UV radiation were more likely to be at a risk for the sunburns they suffered.
Those who were told they could only go for a walk were also at a lower risk for a sunburn compared to those who had to ask permission to go for walks.
That said, the study found that the people who went for walks were more than twice as likely as those who didn’t to develop sunburn over a five-year period.
Another reason that people skipped the walks was because they thought it would protect them from sunburn and radiation.
Even if people were able to go to the water, they were more at risk of sun burn than those who were asked to go swimming, the researchers found.
In other words, you’re more likely if you don´t have sunscreen.
While this research does not address the risk of getting sunburn as a result of a lack of sun protection, it does show that sun exposure, while still not good for your health, is not a bad thing in a small group of people.
You can find out more about sun exposure and radiation here: www.sciencemag.org/lookup/doi/full/10.1126/science.aaf7368