Scientists: solar activity affects the life expectancy of people

Norwegian scientists have found: solar activity directly affects the duration of a person's life. Data provided by the publication of The Telegraph.

Only the researchers analyzed 10 of thousands of people born between 1676 and 1878. It turned out the children born in the period of strong solar activity, there were on average five years less than the average.

Ultraviolet radiation, scientists say, has a negative impact on the human body. Such people are less likely to survive to old age.

Proven, excess ultraviolet examine damages DNA and causes genetic mutations. Note, ultraviolet light needed by the body for the formation therein of folic acid and vitamin B.

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