Low Levels of Vitamin D Increases Health Risks

Experts suspect that low levels of vitamin D raise your risk of getting osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis, high blood pressure, diabetes and cancer. Find out how to get enough of this important vitamin.

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Taking a 15 minute walk outside around lunchtime may help you get your daily dose of vitamin D during summer months, though for most people a supplement is a more reliable source of vitamin D, says Walter Willett, M.D., of Harvard Medical School.
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