Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 20th, 2003
Substituting food can be difficult because of a lack of vitamin D-rich options.
Already doctors are urging that breast-fed babies get vitamin D supplements to fend off a shocking return of rickets, a soft-bone disease, most often seen in children, that was thought eliminated decades ago. With increasing evidence that adults too may lack the nutrient, scientists are debating whether it is time to pump up...
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