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PostSubject: Pain 'linked with low vitamin D'   Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:31 am

Low levels of the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D, may contribute to chronic pain among women, scientists believe.
The link does not apply to men, suggesting hormones may be involved,
according to a study published in the Annals of Rheumatic Diseases
said.
The team from the Institute of Child Health in London said
studies were now needed to see if vitamin D supplements can guard
against chronic pain.
About one in 10 people are affected by chronic pain at any one time in the UK.

The causes are not well understood and much of the focus to date has been on emotional factors.
Dr Elina Hyppönen and colleagues believe, at least in women, vitamin D levels could play a role in some cases of chronic pain.
Sunshine vitamin
The nutrient, essential for healthy bones, is produced in the
body when exposed to sunlight and is also found in oily fish, egg yolks
and margarine.

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