Effect of low vitamin D levels for women in menopause still unclear

  • April 23, 2014

Whether low levels of vitamin D play a role in menopause-related symptoms still remains to be proven, according to research published online in Menopause.

In a subanalysis of the Women’s Health Initiative, Erin LeBlanc, MD, and colleagues randomly selected 1,407 women from 26,104 potentially eligible participants of the program’s calcium and vitamin D trial of postmenopausal women aged 51 to 80 years.

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