Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Vitamin D doesn't cut prostate cancer risk

Vitamin D doesn't cut prostate cancer risk - Yahoo! News:
"..."In our study, we didn't see any protective effect of vitamin D in relation to prostate cancer risk," Jiyoung Ahn of the U.S. National Cancer Institute...Some studies have indicated it might provide other benefits. For example, one study published in January found that people with low vitamin D levels had an elevated risk for heart attack, heart failure and stroke, suggesting it may protect against cardiovascular disease..."

But remember...

HEALTH & LONGEVITY: Vitamin D may slow aging

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