Drs. Rx: Can Adding Vitamin A Decrease Your Skin Cancer Risk by 15 Percent?

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A new study found that people with the highest dietary intake of vitamin A had a 15% lower risk of developing the 2nd deadliest form of skin cancer. Vitamin A is known to help promote skin turnover and growth – so grab some carrots, kale, sweet potatoes, eggs and other foods rich in vitamin A.