Vitamin D deficiency was linked to a 59% increased MS risk in offspring in unmatched analysis.
Prospective studies have previously linked higher dietary intake of vitamin D with a lower risk of MS. However, there is little understanding of any potential relationship to maternal vitamin D levels and risk for MS in offspring. Participants included those whose mothers had participated in the cohort study and had serum samples during pregnancy.
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