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Vitamin D Deficiency Doubles Risk of Schizophrenia
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A new meta-analysis of observational studies focused on the possible relationship between vitamin D serum levels and the odds of developing schizophrenia has concluded that a "strong association" exists between vitamin D deficiency and schizophrenia...


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