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Mini: Do longer term, large doses of vitamin D have any adverse effects?

As more people take vitamin D, doses can creep up, whether from daily supplementation or large, periodic bolus doses. This meta-analysis examined whether larger doses of vitamin D over longer periods of time have any adverse effects.

Study under review: Adverse events from large dose vitamin D supplementation taken for one year or longer.

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