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Vitamin D deficiency in women

In this article, the author looks at complications and issues caused by vitamin D deficiency in women

In this article, the author looks at complications and issues caused by vitamin D deficiency in women   Author: Dr Andrew Blann  PhD FRCPath FRCPE Blood Science Solutions, Birmingham, UK   Interest in vitamin D has been growing over the past 10 years, and is often seen by some as a necessary nutritional supplement to the diet. This article aims to provide an objective assessment of this vitamin, and its place in women’s health. Vitamin D is the collective term for a small number of fat-soluble steroid hormones needed for the intestinal absorption of calcium, magnesium and phosphates, and without

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