Researchers Suggest That Vitamin D May Protect the Brain in People at Risk for Developing MS
November 18, 2015
Researchers funded by the National MS Society are reporting a possible connection between higher vitamin D levels in the blood and preservation of brain volume, in a small study of 65 people with clinically isolated syndrome
, a condition that often leads to MS. These findings, if confirmed, add to increasing evidence of a role for vitamin D in MS.
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