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Additional Evidence of the Importance of Vitamin D Levels in Our Babies

Study links neonatal vitamin D deficiency to high MS risk in adulthood

Danish researchers found that newborns whose serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D blood levels were in the highest quintile were least likely to develop multiple sclerosis in adulthood, while those whose 25(OH)D blood levels were in the lowest quintile had the highest odds of developing MS. The findings in Neurology were based on Danish Newborn Screening Biobank data involving 1,493 patients with and without MS.

NeurologyAdvisor.com (12/9) 

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