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Over Half of the US Population Is Deficient in This Key Vitamin

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In today's featured video from, Dr. James Dowd, M.D., explains why more than half of people living in the United States are vitamin D deficient. He also explains what groups of people are at high risk and why.

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I invite you to watch the video below and share your reaction in the comments section below this post. As always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson



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About Dr. James Dowd, M.D.

Dr. Dowd is board certified in pediatric and adult rheumatology, as well as internal medicine.  Dr. Dowd founded the Arthritis Institute of Michigan in 1997 and continues to practice there.

Dr. Dowd has also been an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine since 2008.

A native of Texas, Dr. Dowd received his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston.  He completed his residency in combined internal medicine and pediatrics at the State University of New York in Buffalo, where he also served as chief medical resident at Erie County Medical Center in 1991.

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