Low Vitamin D Levels May Double Diabetes Risk

Reuters (4/27, Boerner) reported that low vitamin D levels may increase the risk of developing diabetes, according to a┬ástudy in the journal Diabetes Care. For five years, the researchers followed more than 5,000 individuals and found that those with consistently lower-than-average vitamin D levels had a 57% percent increased likelihood of developing type 2 diabetesContinue reading “Low Vitamin D Levels May Double Diabetes Risk”