Vi­ta­min lack linked to MS

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WOMEN with low vi­ta­min D are nearly 50 per cent more likely to de­velop mul­ti­ple sclero­sis, a study found.

It is thought the so-called sun­shine vi­ta­min, which is also found in eggs, red meat and oily fish, may help to sup­press im­mune cells that at­tack the body to cause MS, ac­cord­ing to a US study at Har­vard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Bos­ton.

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