Study: Mom's exposure to sunlight affects MS risk in babies

04/29/2010 | Reuters

Australian researchers found that the risk of developing multiple sclerosis later in life is higher in babies born to mothers who had little exposure to sunlight during their first trimester. The researchers said vitamin D may be important for the development of the fetus's central nervous system.

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