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It is almost common knowledge now that decreased vitamin D levels put a person at an increased risk of going on to develop multiple sclerosis, if that is something they were already prone to. Does it follow from this that living father north from the equator, where there is presumably less sunlight and less chance to absorb vit D, increases your chance of developing MS?

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Yes, you are quite right in drawing this conclusion. If you take the time of looking at various statistics on MS, you will see that populations that have less access to Vitamin D, and where Vitamin DS deficiencies are common, also have a much higher chance of getting Multiple Sclerosis. This chance can be reduced by taking Vitamin D supplements.
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