Elderly with low vitamin D levels are more likely to be depressed

05/13/2010 | Reuters

Vitamin D deficiency is common among the elderly, and a study found seniors lacking the sunshine vitamin also were more likely to be depressed. The association between low vitamin D and depression was stronger for women than men, and women were more likely to have the condition worsen over time, study authors reported.

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