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High-dose vitamin D pills shows no protection against heart disease

In the journals Adequate levels of vitamin D can help strengthen bones and lower the risk for diabetes and some cancers. But research published online April 5, 2017, by JAMA Cardiology found that high monthly doses of supplemental vitamin D did little to ward off cardiovascular disease. …

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