Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.As the coronavirus outbreak drones on, getting a little sun could prove beneficial to our health. Sunlight is known for boosting the mind and body, which could be helpful in a time when millions of Americans are jobless or grieving the loss of a loved one to COVID-19.MENTAL HEALTH HOTLINES AVAILABLE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICThe sun’s rays have mood-boosting capabilities. Research suggests sunlight may play a role in serotonin production, sometimes referred to as the “happy chemical.” Skin also has serotonin infrastructure, and moderate sun exposure may result in a brighter mood.CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN A little sun could prove beneficial for your health, according to research. (iStock) Sun exposure sparks vitamin D production, as vitamin D receptors in the skin react with cholesterol and ultraviolet rays to make vitamin D3. Vitamin D can help strengthen the immune system, as well as aid in calcium absorption and bone growth.Though there are no clinical studies that prove the effectiveness of vitamin D or any other supplements or vitamins to treat coronavirus, Dr. John Whyte, the chief medical officer of the health care website WebMD, previously told Fox News, stay-at-home advisories during the coronavirus epidemic may

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