Why do people prefer ultraviolet to regular sunlight?

There are two main reasons why people prefer to live in the UV range, according to a study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

First, ultraviolet light is much less damaging to your eyes than regular sunlight.

It also has a greater ultraviolet index.

UV light is one of the most powerful sources of UV radiation, and the researchers say this can help reduce your risk of eye damage.

“Ultraviolet light is very damaging to the eyes and skin.

It causes permanent damage to the cornea and the corneal epithelium, which is the layer of skin around the eye,” said lead author Dr. David W. Cramer, an assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Stanford University.

The second reason is that it’s a great source of light.

“This light is bright enough to see, so it’s ideal for light therapy.

It’s a good source of sunlight,” he said.

“In fact, it’s actually a very good source for producing vitamin D in the body.”

Vitamin D is a vitamin that is important for the development of the eye and for the body’s defense against UV light.

While UV light has a low toxicity, it can cause inflammation and damage to your retina.

The researchers say that vitamin D is important in the development and maintenance of the corona, the area of the retina that contains the light-sensitive cells that detect light.

They also say that sunlight exposure increases the risk of UV damage in the coronal plane of the eyes, which protects the corinas of the eyelids.

The findings have potential implications for people who work outdoors.

According to the study, a person who has been exposed to UV light for longer periods of time may also be more likely to develop eye cancer.

The study, which included more than 1,200 participants, found that the longer people had been exposed, the more likely they were to develop skin cancer, a form of retinal cancer.

“I think this is a very interesting result.

It highlights that UV exposure can affect your health,” said Dr. Cramer.

“We also need to understand why people are more likely than others to develop this disease.

And it’s important to know that even if the sun is bright, it won’t affect you if you wear sunglasses.

You can still be exposed to it.”