alexa Vitamin D Deficiency and its Repletion: A Review of Current Knowledge and Consensus Recommendations

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Vitamin D Deficiency and its Repletion: A Review of Current Knowledge and Consensus Recommendations

In last few years we have witnessed an explosion of research revealing the wide spread prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among all ages, communities, and different disease spectrums. Clearly, vitamin D has been shown to have effects beyond its traditional role in mineral metabolisms, which are mediated through the activation of vitamin D receptors distributed in a variety of tissues. There are strong epidemiological links between vitamin D deficiency and chronic diseases and will continue to be a focus of future research.

Citation: Haroon M, Fitzgerald O (2012) Vitamin D Deficiency and its Repletion: A Review of Current Knowledge and Consensus Recommendations. J Arthritis 1:105.

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