The sunshine vitamin
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#2 Aug 1, 2010
Nice article, but what, no biline? There appears to be an increasing trend in Reformer articles that lack bilines. The article supports much of what I've learned about vD lately, so I'm supportive of the conclusion. But, is this responsible journalism?
#3 Aug 1, 2010
Sorry, I meant byline...both times.
#4 Aug 2, 2010
It should also have been noted, that 'dietary supplements' are not as effective as 'food sources', like fortified milk, juices and eggs
In fact, dietary supplements can often cause health problems, particularly, when taken in excessive quantities.
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