Heart Dangers of Low Vitamin D Levels May Vary

Study found whites, Asians more affected than blacks, Hispanics

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His advice is to see your doctor and get your vitamin D levels tested. If they are low, supplementing may make sense for bone health, and possibly heart health. "Make sure all of your other heart disease risks are in the normal range, too," he said.

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The Harvard School of Public Health has more about vitamin D and your health.

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