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Vitamin D Deficiency

dc.contributor.authorHasan, Fatimah
dc.contributor.authorAlamamy, Hanadi
dc.contributor.authorRafi, Heba
dc.description.abstractVitamin D, also known as “calciferol,” is one of the four fat soluble (dissolve in fat) vitamins (A, D, E, and K) stored in body tissues. Vitamin D is the only vitamin that can be synthesized by the human body. Your own body can produce vitamin D in the skin when exposed to sunlight, namely the ultraviolet B radiation (UVB). Other sources of vitamin D include dietary supplements and food such as fortified milk, fortified cereals, fatty fish, cod-liver oil, mushrooms, and egg yolks.en_US
dc.publisherFaculty of pharmacyen_US
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dc.titleVitamin D Deficiencyen_US

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