According to national surveys in the UK, across the population approximately 1 in 5 people have low vitamin D levels (defined as serum levels below 25 nmol/L). Low vitamin D levels are associated with a higher risk of poor musculoskeletal health such as...
8th January 2016 The UK Chief Medical Officers’ updated guidelines for alcohol consumption have been published today by the Department of Health. The updated guidelines warn that drinking any level of alcohol increases the risk of a range of cancers,...
22 July 2015 It has been assumed that, for most people, the amount of vitamin D produced by exposure to sunlight containing UVB would be adequate for achieving serum 25(OH)D concentrations at or above 25 nmol/L during winter. It is now known that this...
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