Dark winter months increase risk of Vitamin D deficiency

10/31/2003 | MSNBC

Winter sunlight is weaker, which lessens the body's ability to make vitamin D and can cause deficiencies, scientists warn. Eating foods high in vitamin D and taking supplements are recommended, especially for pregnant women and children.

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