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+ - SPAM: Low levels of vitamin D are associated with cognitive decline

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An anonymous reader writes "New studies show low vitamin D levels may link to cognitive decline.

Think of the health benefits of vitamin D, and you’ll probably think of bone strength. In recent years, however, the evidence that vitamin D affects more than just bones has mounted; cardiovascular disease, cancers, stroke, depression, and metabolic disorders have all been linked to low vitamin D levels. A new review adds cognitive decline and dementia to that list."

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Low levels of vitamin D are associated with cognitive decline

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