Study links traumatic bone fractures to low vitamin D

09/16/2013 | HealthDay News

University of Missouri researchers reported that 79% of men and 76% of women who suffered traumatic bone fracture also had low levels of vitamin D. The study, which included about 900 adults, linked low vitamin D levels with orthopedic trauma patients of all ages.

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