April 2004 Issue

Research Uncovers Dramatic New Health Roles for Vitamin D

Among nutrients, vitamin D stands out. Itís one of only two vitamins the body makes on its own and itís the only one produced in the skin. Even so, vitamin D deficiency among Americans is all too common. Thatís bad news for bones, but now we know there are other far-reaching health consequences as well.

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