Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the United States, with one death occurring every 33 seconds. Previous trials on vitamin D supplements and CVD prevention showed inconclusive results, despite observational studies suggesting a link. However, Australian researchers conducted a large-scale, long-term study with over 21,000 participants aged 60-84. The study highlights the promising potential of vitamin D in reducing CVD risk and calls for further research in this area. Read more to delve into the study’s findings and implications for cardiovascular health.
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