Keep your head straight with this vitamin

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A new study from the United Kingdom shows that cognitive impairment in older adults increases as the amount of vitamin D in the diet decreases.

The study is a collaboration between researchers at the Peninsula Medical School in the United Kingdom, the University of Cambridge in England and the University of Michigan. It is the first large-scale study to show a link between vitamin D levels and impaired cognitive function later in life.

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Source: ScienceDaily


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