Vitamin D Tied to Alzheimer’s Risk

Low vitamin D is associated with an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, according to a new report, though whether low vitamin D is a cause of the disorders remains unknown.

The scientists measured blood levels of vitamin D in 1,658 men and women, average age of 73, without dementia at the start of the study. Over an average follow-up of more than five years, 171 developed dementia. More ! NY Times


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