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I need some help with my father. He is 67 years old and it looks like he has some problem with his bones. He has been breaking his arm two times in the last 9 months and he still refuses to go for some detailed examination. And it seems that my kids are also having the similar problem (O legs). Could chronicle bone fragility in children and elders be caused by a vitamin D insufficiency?

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It seems to me that both conditions, rachitis and osteomalacia are caused by the lack of vitamin D. The constant appliance of that vitamin should solve the problem. The vitamin should be taken all the time, if their bodies cannot produce the sufficient amount. And also, exposure to sun will increase the body’s production of this vitamin.
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