Low Vitamin D Increases Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

Low Vitamin D Increases Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease
Vitamin D, known as the sunshine vitamin due to its mechanism of production in the body, is usually associated with calcium absorption and bone health, but researchers are finding that vitamin D is strongly linked to the risk for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Dr. David Llewellyn, from the University of Exeter Medical School in the

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