Vitamin D supplements won't protect against disease in healthy adults, review says . By Ryan JaslowCBS News January 24, 2014, 3: 31 PM "The take-away message is that there is little justification currently for prescribing vitamin D to prevent heart attack, stroke, cancer, or fractures in otherwise-healthy people living in the community," lead study author Dr. Mark Bolland, a researcher at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
In an article by Ryan Jaslow of CBS News, Jason relates that studies are finding that people who keep their brains active by reading, writing, playing games and doing puzzles, are less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, BUT we need to start healthy habits when we're young.
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