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Friday, 14 August 2015 11:32

Many Older Women Don't Need Vitamin D Supplements

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Older women may not benefit from vitamin D supplements, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin.

Researchers randomly divided 230 women into one of three groups: a low dose group taking 800 units of vitamin D a day, a high-dose group taking 50,000 units twice a month, and a control group taking a placebo. All the women had similar vitamin D levels at the beginning of the study. 

Their findings, which are published in JAMA,

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