Mike (and others) might be interested in (but not agree with) an
article (attached) published in Scientific American about a year and
Apologies if this copy reads upside down. but you should be able to
>I may be getting even more cynical in my retired dotage but it seems
>to me that Vitamin D, or rather the lack of it, is being blamed for
>all the sins of the world - including the credit crunch and the
>failure of Gordon Brown's government.
>How come the value of Vit D has been overlooked for so long?
>Increased Vit D could be the one good effect of global warming.
>Could low Vit D just be a biochemical equivalent of ESR?
>Yours in ignorance
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