Study links low vitamin D levels to hypertension

06/12/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Researchers from University College London analyzed data and found a causal association between low levels of vitamin D and hypertension. They reported findings at the European Society of Human Genetics in Paris, saying their analysis used genetic variants called single nucleotide polymorphisms as vitamin D proxy markers.

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