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Sunshine and Health in Different Lands

Nature volume 113, pages 784785 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation

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THE statement, that from the health point of view we cannot have too much sunshine, is very commonly made, but I agree with Mr. Bonacina that it should not be accepted as axiomatic without investigation. It seems to me to rest on a very slender foundation and to be opposed to many well-known statistical facts.

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    • W. H. DINES

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