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This may protect kids and young adults from developing MS

This may protect kids and young adults from developing MS Published: 20 December 2021 Sunshine may protect children and young adults from multiple sclerosis (MS) a new study has found. Researchers believe the vitamin D made in the body after exposure to sunlight is the key, and it follows other
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30 minutes of sun lowers MS risk in kids

30 minutes of sun lowers MS risk in kidsPublished 03 March 2021 Spending more time in the sun during summer is strongly protective for very early-onset multiple sclerosis (MS), as is residing in a sunnier location, according to a new study which was presented at the Americas Committee for Treatment
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5 facts you may not know about vitamin D

5 facts you may not know about vitamin D Published 26 July 2019 The countries with the highest population of people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) are located in the northern hemisphere, where sunlight levels can be very low in winter, for example, Scotland. This is often associated with the
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