Vitamin D Deficiency Is a Risk Factor for Dementia

Researchers found a 54% increased chance of dementia in people with a vitamin D level less than 25 nmol/L compared to persons with levels over 50 nmol/L.

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Acid Suppressing Medications Linked to Gastrointestinal Infections

Acid-suppression medications increase risk of developing a C. difficile or a Campylobacter intestinal infection. The researchers found that people taking acid suppression medications had 1.7 times and 3.7 times the risk of developing these infections, respectively, compared to people who did not take the medications.

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Living in High-Altitudes Decreases the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome

Researchers found that living between 457 and 2297 meters above sea level lowered the risk of developing heart disease and metabolic syndrome compared to living 0 to 121 meters. The higher the altitude, the lower your risk. 

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