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All things considered, the study implies that vitamin D supplementation may be a useful substitute for estrogen-lowering medications for overweight and obese women who have a high risk of developing breast cancer.
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One new health study found that low levels of vitamin D are related to higher levels of chronic inflammation. Learn more about these health research findings, plus discover the best foods for vitamin D.
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Are you taking too much Vitamin D? Is it harming your body? We got in touch with two experts recently to know all about Vitamin D supplements and how taking an excess dosage can affect our bodies negatively. | Health.
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Researchers said they found that low levels of vitamin D were associated with lower brain volumes and therefore an increased risk of dementia and stroke. Further genetic analyses supported a causal effect of vitamin D deficiency and dementia.
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New research suggests that low levels of vitamin D leads to higher risk of chronic inflammatory illnesses like arthritis, asthma, and more.
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