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Posted on: May 27, 2014
by Rebecca Oshiro
New research examining the link between schizophrenia and vitamin D discovered an exciting new mechanism to explain how having low levels of vitamin D might increase one’s risk for schizophrenia:You must be a paid member to read the rest of this post. Please login or register now.
Strange that this does not refer to the many other posts at Vitamin D Council on Schizophrenia.
Those, and scores of others are at http://www.vitamindwiki.com/Overview+Schizophrenia+and+Vitamin+D
Which summarizes with 8 clues which associate the disease with low vitamin D
I found this study interesting too because many others find increased vitamin D as a risk factor for the development of schizophrenia. We’ve reported on many of them.
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A recent study published by the journal Aging Clinical and Experimental Research suggests vitamin D status and body weight impacts muscle strength and function among postmenopausal women.