Low Vitamin D Linked to Vision Loss from AMD

Researchers found women with the highest levels of 25-OH-D actually had a significantly reduced risk of developing AMD compared with women with low levels.

Dr. Amy Millen at the University of Buffalo reported results from a study, which examined data from 968 postmenopausal women from the Women?s Health Initiative Study under the age of 75 to determine if age-related macular degenerat...

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