Warming up to Vitamin D

A study published in April in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found that adults with lower levels of Vitamin D generally had a greater mortality risk overall and specifically had a 35 percent increased risk of death from heart disease and a 14 percent greater likelihood of death from cancer.

The study concluded that 13 percent of all deaths in the US could be attributed to low vitamin D levels.

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