Effects of Vitamin D During Pregnancy: An Observational Study on MS

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Vitamin D and its effects on the human body has been a hot topic in the multiple sclerosis community for a while.

But how does vitamin D affect people? Can Vitamin D prevent MS or keep symptoms from worsening?

In this video from The Methods Man, watch F. Perry Wilson, MD, discuss a study featured in JAMA Neurology, which focuses on links between “low vitamin D status during pregnancy and the subsequent development of multiple sclerosis in offspring.”

Learn more about the risk linked to mothers with vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy here. 

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