And you know what they say

And you know what they say

And you know what they say: Science doesn’t lie, and according to physician consultant and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan provider, Dr. Gina Lynem-Walker, the study’s findings were spot-on. See, sunlight, as you may or may not already know, emits harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, and as harmful as this radiation is to human skin, Lynem-Walker tells Elite Daily it’s just as harmful to single-cell bacteria. “Studies have suggested that exposure to UV light can disrupt the molecular bonds of the genetic material and proteins in microbes,” she explains. Translation: UV rays are powerful enough to break up the genetic makeup of bacteria. “By staying out of direct sunlight, bacteria reduce their exposure to this radiation, thereby increasing their chances of survival and allowing for higher reproduction rates.”


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