Vitamin D Benefits Don’t Extend To Preventing Depression In Older Adults – Study
Vitamin D3 intake didn’t prevent depression among consumers 50 and up, according to results of a five-year study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The research was among first studies “statistically powered” to answer long-standing question on vitamin’s benefit on mood.
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