Study finds 1 in 5 U.S. children is vitamin D deficient

10/26/2009 | Google

An analysis of U.S. data showed that at least one in five children ages 1 to 11 may be vitamin D deficient, including almost 90% of black and 80% of Hispanic children. Researchers said the study adds to growing evidence showing vitamin D deficiency in people of all ages, which could contribute to serious health problems.

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