by Dr. Alexander Mauskop
Vitamin D deficiency has become a very popular topic in lay and professional literature, and deservedly so.
Vitamin D is important not only for bone health, but for normal functioning of many organs. Its deficiency appears to be much more common than it was previously suspected.
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by Dr. Leo Galland
Sometimes a small part of a problem offers a window into the heart of that problem.
A recent issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, published by the American Medical Association, did just that by focusing attention on the side effects of drugs used to suppress stomach acid. Continue reading »