Researchers find geographic differences in vitamin D deficiency rates

Where a person lives may play a major role in determining whether they will receive a blood test indicating they have a vitamin D deficiency, according to a new study published in the Journal of Rural Life. The results of the study involving more than
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Vitamins and Nutrients report by CDC released – Vitamin D, Iodine, and Iron …

However, some areas need some improvement – vitamin D, iodine, and iron. Vitamin D deficiency is higher in black Americans. The agency found 31 percent deficiency rate in Vitamin D in non-Hispanic blacks. Even though this group has lacking vitamin D
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