Pancreatic Cancer Risks & Weather

Pancreatic Cancer Risks & WeatherPancreatic Cancer Risks & Weather

Residents of overcast regions with less sunlight are more likely to develop pancreatic cancer as their Vitamin D intake is insufficient, according to a new study. “People who live at high altitudes with dense clouds who do not supply their body with enough Vitamin D are in danger of pancreatic cancer,” says Dr. Cedric Garland, head of the research team in California, Mehr News Agency reported. Only one-sixth of tropical residents succumb to the cancer related to old age, he added. Foods such as oily fish like tuna and salmon, cheese, egg yolk, milk, gains, and juices are rich sources of the vitamin; however, people need supplements other than what they get from edible food.