Actually, if you look into it, studies and meta-analyses consistently show that all cause mortality and morbidity go DOWN with increased sun exposure. There may be more skin cancer but more people do not die. Sunlight is critical to our health but we need it at various times of the day, not just midday, to set the circadian clock that runs everything in our body, including our thermostat that drives energy expenditure (calories out). So make sure you get enough general sun exposure WITHOUT any sunscreen, makeup, glasses of any kind, and as few clothes as possible. Contrary to what the dermatology idiots have been telling us for years. It's partly that your health depends on a good level of Vitamin D, and that comes from exposure to UVB light, unfortunately not supplements, because to be activated it needs to be sulfated and that is from UVB. To the extent you thought all that walking and running in your neighborhood helped you maintain or lose weight, you probably never gave credit to the value of the sunlight from being outside. Meanwhile, don't mess it up with artificial light, especially blue light in the evening. It destroys the clock and hormone production. I'm wearing blue-blocking glasses on a computer with blue-blocking software (IRIS) as I type this, LOL.