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Vitamin D deficiency and traumatic bone breaks

According to a study by researchers at the University of Missouri found that over 75% of patients with traumatic bone breaks, such as from a car accident, have lower-than-recommended Vitamin D levels.

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Find more information on Vitamin D and health at the following resources.

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