Vitamin D deficiency tied to high blood pressure in women

09/24/2009 | Reuters

A study found that younger women with vitamin D deficiencies are three times as likely as those with normal levels to develop high blood pressure in middle age. Low levels of vitamin D, which can be found in fatty fish and fortified dairy products, have been linked to inflammatory diseases, immune system problems and cancer.

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