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Low Vitamin D Levels & Cognitive Decline
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
"Two new studies add to evidence that older people with low levels of vitamin D may be more likely to suffer from cognitive impairment.

The hope is that vitamin D supplements may be able to slow mental decline -- an intervention that one research team plans to put to the test this summer..."

Have you or your loved one had their vitamin D levels checked? Are you planning to have them checked?

Possibly this is an interesting insight to the connection between Alzheimer's, dementia, and vitamin D levels.

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