Vitamin D May Lower Multiple Sclerosis Risk


MULTIPLE sclerosis
MEDICINE, Preventive
MYELIN sheath -- Diseases
HARVARD University
Geographic Terms:UNITED States

Abstract:The article reports on the therapeutics benefits of vitamin D intake based on a study by researchers at Harvard University in the U.S. The study shows that increasing vitamin D intake may decrease the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) development. Due to the result, the researchers concluded that further investigation should be conducted to determine other protective role of vitamin D against MS.

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