Updated vitamin D criteria would make many teens deficient

03/6/2009 | Reuters

A government survey found recommended changes in the criteria for determining low vitamin D thresholds would mean 14% of U.S. teens would be considered deficient, compared to just 2% using current standards. The study also found 50% of black teenagers would be considered deficient under the recommended criteria.

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