Vitamin D May Not Protect from Dementia, Alzheimer’s After All

Australian scientists have failed to find evidence that vitamin D can act as a protective neurological agent. The findings are contrary to suggestions that higher levels of vitamin D can provide protection from brain disorders.

Read more: https://psychcentral.com/news/2018/07/11/vitamin-d-may-not-protect-from-dementia-alzheimers-after-all/136884.html

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