A meta-analysis of data from 21 clinical trials did not show evidence that vitamin D supplements reduced rates of major cardiovascular events, heart attacks, strokes or all-cause mortality, a study in JAMA Cardiology showed. Lead author Dr. Mahmoud Barbarawi said there are many things people can do to reduce cardiovascular risks, but taking vitamin D supplements for that reason is not recommended.
Study: Vitamin D supplements don't reduce CV events
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