Why winter sun breaks could be just what the doctor ordered: A lack of vitamin D 'could cause dementia' 

A lack of vitamin D - which comes from sunshine - could raise your risk of getting dementia, according to research.
It is already known that someone's genetics can raise their danger of developing dementia, as can smoking or being overweight.
But a new study from Edinburgh University has found a lack of sunshine could increase the risk.
People around the world with low vitamin D levels were found to have a higher risk of developing dementia, with researchers suggesting they could in future be advised to take supplements or spend more time outside to protect themselves.
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12 October 2016 in Health, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail

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