Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Sunshine May Shield Children and Young Adults From Multiple Sclerosis

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This shows a young girl sitting under a tree in the sunshineSpending time enjoying the sunshine may help protect children and young adults from developing multiple sclerosis, a new study reports. Sun exposure boosts vitamin D levels and helps stimulate immune cells. Researchers report vitamin D may alter the biological function of immune cells, offering added protection against multiple sclerosis.