MS-vitamin D link found, but it’s no excuse to sunbake

sun through heatwave
The risk genes for several autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis, are regulated by vitamin D in particular immune cells, new research has found – but that doesn’t mean most Australians need to seek more sunlight or supplement with vitamin D, a skin cancer expert has warned. With the help of a genetic clue from Multiple

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