Low Vitamin D Associated with Depression

Posted on January 20th, 2012 by

 A new study finds that levels of Vitamin D are low among people with depression. The discovery adds to a recent appreciation of the health-potential of the vitamin, a nutrient that the body makes from sunlight and that is also found in fish and fortified milk…In the new study — published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings – researchers believe they have confirmed that an inverse relationship does exist between vitamin D and depression. Additional coverage: Prokerala News, Times of India, UPI, News Track India, eMaxHealth, ProHealth, Medical Daily, Toronto Telegraph, Arab Herald

Psych Central, by Rick Nauert, 1/5/2012

Tags: Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Psychology and Psychiatry

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