Study: Vitamin-A could reduce risk of skin cancer

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(8/2/19) Researchers at Brown University tracked more than 120,000 adults for over 26 years.

Those with a higher intake of Vitamin-A through diet and supplements were less likely to develop squamous cell carcinoma.

Vitamin-A seemed to be most protective among people with moles and those who had bad sunburns as a child.

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