Mood disorders like depression effect every aspect of a person’s life. The causes are complex and the options to address the issue can be overwhelming.
A new study looked at the relationship vitamin D may have to depression. Nearly 2,000 people with depression and 500 controls were recruited and had their vitamin D levels measured.
They found that lower vitamin D levels were found in those who were depressed, especially those with the most severe symptoms.
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