A study by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences revealed women with sufficient vitamin D levels faced a lower risk of developing uterine fibroids compared with those who did not have adequate vitamin D levels. Researchers also found those who spent more than an hour outdoors daily had a 40% lower risk of developing fibroids.
Lower uterine fibroid risk seen with sufficient vitamin D
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