Biochemical vitamin D deficiency - when is it important and do we have an epidemic?
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Peter Selby looks at the issue of vitamin D deficiency. He suggests that being vitamin D deficient is common in our society, especially in winter, as we rely on the sun to provide us with this nutrient. However, Selby concludes that there is no strong evidence that that being vitamin D deficient is detrimental to our wellbeing, except on skeleton development.
This lecture was part of an event called ‘Common endocrine dilemmas in clinical practice' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 15th January 2014
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