Study finds low vitamin D raises diabetes risk

04/28/2011 | Reuters

An Australian study that followed more than 5,000 adults over five years found that people who had lower-than-recommended vitamin D levels had a 57% higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, although the study did not show causation. The report in the journal Diabetes Care found no link between calcium levels and diabetes risk.

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