Vitamin D LOW!
When my Vitamin D level results showed that I was borderline low normal, I was shocked! I get a lot of unintentional sun just by living in the Sunshine State. And that's one of the reasons, I moved here.
But in 2019, I had a little spot on my nose that would not heal. The dermatologist removed a skin cancer from my nose and from my upper back. [All those summers as a kid at the Portage pool, in the time before sunscreen. And yes baby oil with iodine was quite popular.]
So the folly of my youth caught up with me, and now I am careful to use an SPF of at least 30, and usually 50. So yay sunscreen, oh no low Vitamin D. It can happen.
Why I am concerned
Low Vitamin D can lead to: