There has been a lot of recent research on vitamin D. Some has focused on its known benefits, notably its crucial role in working with calcium to keep bones strong. But many studies have looked at its potential to reduce the risk of everything from some common cancers and multiple sclerosis to diabetes, hypertension, and age-related muscle weakness. A recent meta-analysis found that people taking vitamin D supplements had a 7% reduction in total mortality rates.
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