New Study Connects Low Vitamin D Levels and Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study in the journal Neurology shows that lower vitamin D levels increased the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease by 25 percent, according to the Canada-based Vitamin D Society. This adds to other evidence showing the role vitamin D plays in Alzheimer’s risks. It’s no secret that vitamin D deficiency has become a major public health risk. Researchers estimate 85 percent of children in industrial cities and well over half of adults and elderly suffer from vitamin D...

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