A article in The Independent starts with:
Researchers followed 30,000 women for 20 years and found that those who avoided the sunshine were twice as likely to die
Women who never sunbathe during the summer are twice as likely to die than those who sunbathe everyday, a major study has shown.
Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden claim guidelines which advise people to stay out of the sun unless wearing sunscreen may be harming the population, particularly in countries like Britain.
Is the evidence from the new study that the article features strong enough to warrant that conclusion?