Features November 2014 Issue

Cleveland Clinic Study Supports Vitamin D’s Role in Heart Health

Vitamin D deficiency is related to higher cardiovascular health risks.

Cleveland Clinic Study Supports Vitamin D’s Role in Heart Health

Researchers found that patients with low vitamin D levels face higher risks of cardiovascular problems, death after non-cardiac surgeries

You may know vitamin D best as an important nutrient for stronger bones and muscles. But vitamin D actually plays a role in many aspects of health. And a recent Cleveland Clinic

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