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Sophie Wessex is 'heartbroken' over a baby with meningitis

Kia Gott (right), from Bradford, is in a high dependency unit and recently had her fourth limb amputated. The Countess (left), who is patron of Meningitis Now, wrote to her family wishing them 'peace, strength and hope' as the youngster recovers. Kia became ill two months ago (pictured inset before) and is facing skin grafts, hearing and sight loss, and 90 per cent brain damage all while being weaned off a drug stronger than heroin.

Samantha Leyland, 41, from Staffordshire, has Adhesion Related Disorder (ARD). This causes aggressive growth of internal scar tissue which causes her organs to 'cement' together

EXCLUSIVE: Many clinics advise women to refrain from intimacy due to risk of infection and damage from an orgasmic contraction. But Dr Hana Visnova, from Prague, says there's no evidence.

West Yorkshire mum says organic juice shrunk her tumours

Julie Shaw (pictured in left in hospital), 54, from West Yorkshire, was told disease had spread to her lungs and liver and warned there was just a 5-10% chance of chemotherapy working. Her daughter Katie brought wedding forward from June 2018 to September this year (Julie and Katie pictured right and inset). Julie began drinking organic juices which she claims stopped the cancer spreading. Now four months after her diagnosis, scan shows tumour growth has slowed. She is fundraising for special low-dose chemotherapy in Germany costing £15,000.

GABA drugs are increasingly being used to treat nerve pain such as diabetic neuropathy (a complication of diabetes), shingles pain and trigeminal neuralgia (severe facial pain).

Millions of men are deluding themselves about their weight, experts have warned. More than half of overweight men think their weight is ‘about right’, research suggests.

Mobile CT scanners will be rolled out to supermarket car parks across the UK after a trial in Manchester led to a four-fold increase in detection rates among at-risk patients.

The implant is injected into the middle of a tumour, where it slowly releases tiny amounts of ethanol — the pure alcohol that makes up, for example, 12 to 14 per cent of wine.

Clogs are killing your feet, experts say

Wooden clogs chipped the foot-bones of people that were loyal to the show, according to a new study from Western University. Modern clogs are not much better for fans like Lena Dunham (left), Sarah Jessica Parker (center, with daughters Marion and Tabitha Broderick), and Rachel Bilson (right). One New York podiatrist says she'd choose heels over them for her foot comfort.

Millions of operations are performed on the NHS every year, but most of us give little thought to the complex medicine that allows us to be ‘put to sleep’.

A study by the University of Edinburgh has paved the way for new drugs that could stop one of the most common forms of dementia 'in its tracks'. It is the form late comedian Robin Williams suffered.

Recent studies suggest crack cocaine use is on the rise due to youth unemployment and cuts to social services. Increases in purity levels and fall in prices have also contributed to the surge.

Vegetables and whole grains have long been seen as the key to good health. But could some of these actually be doing us harm?

How to get actress Amy Adams's shoulders

Wearing an asymmetric dress to a recent red-carpet event, Hollywood star Amy Adams revealed a toned shoulder. The 43-year-old, who trained as a dancer in her youth, has said exercise ‘keeps me grounded if I’m feeling overwhelmed’. She does strength training using light weights and also enjoys running.

Heavier women were more likely to have a larger tumour, found a study by The Karolinksa Institute in Sweden. This may be because the tumour was harder to find in larger breasts.

What is the daily minimum of fruit and veg?

Each plate pictured here contains the minimum daily amount of fruit or vegetables for one day. Last week, the CDC released a report showing just 10 percent of Americans reach the minimum amount of fruit and vegetables a day. The vast majority (90 percent) struggle to squeeze two pieces of fruit and three cups of vegetables (i.e. two sides or a large salad) into their daily diet. We spoke to experts about the challenges, what the minimum is, and how to fit nutrients into your food - especially if you live in a 'food desert'.

Shaming kids does not lead to weight loss. And yet, scores of parents and physicians seem to struggle with that concept, pediatricians and the Obesity Society warn in a new policy statement.

Todd Golde is a neuroscientist and director of the brain institute at the Florida Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. He explains that funding and laws are blocking our bid to cure Alzheimer's.

While many studies have suggested this could be the case, this research by Boston Children's Hospital offers the clearest evidence that breast milk can prevent allergies.

I have had insomnia for years, which I put down to the menopause. Now I’ve come across research that suggests interrupted sleep in middle-age increases the risk of Alzheimer’s. What should I do? I am 62.

As crop prices fall across the US, farmers are increasingly anxious, depressed, and at risk of suicide, as shown by a recent Minnesota survey. Some states have introduced helplines.

Jeremy Hunt has finally hit back following his Twitter confrontation with Ralf Little after the actor accused the health secretary of lying about his efforts to challenge mental health

A 10-second 'snip' can cure tongue-tie in babies

A husband is calling on NHS England to issue a national policy directive and provide a trained tongue-tie practitioner in every maternity unit.

Researchers from Tommy's Stillbirth Research Centre at St Mary's Hospital in Manchester estimate there would be a 3.7 per cent decrease in stillbirths if women slept on their sides.

Finland-based company Popit Ltd has created a new device that clips onto your birth control pack and sends an alert to your smartphone if you have forgotten to take your daily pill.

Just over 12% of the men surveyed had sex more often after having the snip, Frankfurt University researchers found. Meanwhile, just 4.5% reported having it less often.

Muhammad Saleem, 53, is known as the 'elephant man' in Karachi in Pakistan. He suffers from hereditary lymphedema which has caused both his legs to balloon and he has begged for 17 years.

Florida trans teen's war with his body started when at 10

Theo Ramos, 16, of South Florida, started cutting himself in fifth grade. He says when his body started to revolt, he had no idea there was a growing movement empowering transgender people. He became a child at war with his body. He wasn't aware of words like gender dysphoria or transgender; those would come later. Back then, Theo felt that his body was rebelling in disturbing ways. He developed breasts and got his period. He felt like a boy, but every month, the cramps reminded him of reality. Pictured: Theo, born Alex, aged 13 (left); and aged 14 (right), meeting with an endocrinologist near his hometown of Homestead, Florida.

Researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and UCL believe young people, particularly girls, may feel pressured into having anal sex, which can be painful or not involve condoms.

London-based gynecologist Tania Adib reveals the ten most intimate questions that women ask her. From post-baby sex to vaginal douching, a must-read list for anyone with a vagina.

Wyke baby with meningitis has her fourth limb amputated 

The family of Kia Gott, 11 months, from Wyke, West Yorkshire, have been warned the youngster may lose her sight and hearing, as well as suffering 90 per cent brain damage, after she became ill two months ago. Kia's aunt Terri Mitchell wrote on Facebook this week: 'Kia has had her 4th amputation and is still fighting she's a little sleepy after all her ops.'

NHS England patients say they’ve been scared by stories linking HRT with cancer, blood clots and early death – stories that are inaccurate. So what is the truth? Dr Louise Newson asks.

Repeated over-impact on the feet will arise from obesity or poorly cushioned shoes. Cycling would not cause pain, as stress to feet is minimal, says NHS England GP Dr Ellie Cannon.

Ten per cent of women who conceived thanks to fertility treatment gave birth before 37 weeks, scientists found - almost twice the rate for women who conceived naturally, Italian researches found.

Prompt service is what you expect in a cafeteria — but now those at the top of the NHS want to see instant service in healthcare, too.

Virginia woman with vitiligo now makes light of condition

Sharekia Winston (right), 31, from Richmond, Virginia, first developed white, pigment-free patches around her eyebrows two months after her eldest daughter Deniyla's birth in July 2006 (pictured left while pregnant), but dismissed it as a rash. After being diagnosed with the skin condition vitiligo, Ms Winston, a nurse and mother-of-three (pictured inset with her daughters Braelyn and Deniyla, and husband Derrick) endured cruel remarks from strangers, with some even asking if the disorder is contagious, causing her to pile on make-up every day to hide her patches.

The NHS is paying a controversial author to persuade midwives to promote ‘natural birth’ despite a series of baby deaths associated with it, campaigners have claimed.

A smart plaster that detects the early signs of sepsis is to be fast-tracked into NHS hospitals as the gadget is earmarked for rapid adoption across England.

One child aged ten to 14 and four aged 15 to 19 had an NHS hip replacement last year with obesity as the main or secondary cause, official figures have revealed.

Anorexic woman finds out what the disease has done to her

In this exclusive extract of The Doctors, shared ahead of Monday's episode, Stephanie Rodas, 28, (pictured) weeps as she asks the experts for help to recover from the disease which she has battled since she was 13. Over the course of 16 years, she has teetered on the edge of viability, at one point dropping to a life-threatening 55lbs (pictured, left). Now she is seeking help, seven months after a near-fatal encounter with some painkillers. Viewers will watch as Stephanie undergoes a battery of tests. First, she will get an ultrasound and bloodwork with gastroenterologist Dr Su Sachar, to assess her metabolic health. She then undergoes an EKG and echocardiogram with cardiologist Dr. Leonard Scuderi.

US federal guidelines recommend eating at least two pieces of fruit and three small servings of vegetables - or a large salad - a day. But a CDC report shows just a fraction of people do this.

Jazeel Hope's mother, from Johannesburg, has revealed she has now come along so far that doctors believe she is 'thriving' and completely out of danger. Jazeel now weighs 2.2kg.

Sandy Tubeuf, of the University of Leeds, warns her research on 21,000 people from 13 countries shows it may be harder for some than others to simply lose weight or quit smoking.

As a psychologist in clinical practice, Meadow Schroeder of the University of Calgary has see many girls and women with ADHD mistakenly prescribed medication for anxiety.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy sufferers cannot walk

Brothers Elliot Johnson (right photo, left), 14, and Henry (right photo, right), 11, from Pennsylvania fear they won't be able to walk again after the FDA pulls the drugs that have kept their rare muscle disorder under control. They suffer from Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a rare condition that leaves more than 90 percent of patients unable to walk by 15. They have been part of a clinical trial using drugs that have shown profound improvements and left them walking, according to their mom Joanna. Elliot is holding the name of the drug Ataluren, that they have been taking for years.

Joe Nadeau, principal scientist at the Pacific Northwest Research Institute in Seattle, believes eggs are an active player in reproduction and have a control over their offspring.

The public were sceptical over Albert's official of death cause which was typhoid fever. But there were no reported cases anywhere Albert visited before death. Did his doctors misdiagnose him?

Sufferers had reduced airway inflammation and less sticky mucus in lungs, found a University of North Carolina study. The beneficial vitamin E is found in walnuts, pecans and peanut.

Girl with rare 'childhood Alzheimer's' turns 8

Eliza O'Neill (right), eight, suffers from Sanfilippo syndrome, known as childhood Alzheimers, which results in toxic waste in the brain. The O'Neill family (left) began the Cure Sanfilippo Foundation in South Carolina to find a cure for the debilitating condition and has started a campaign to raise $100,000 in 10 days in honor of Eliza's birthday that she celebrated this week (inset).

Last year alone, 10,110 were put on the wards – an average of 200 patients every week. This figure has doubled in two years and is four times higher than the same period in 2015.

Researchers from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology found that, after just three weeks, 42 per cent of rodents improved their ability to walk and support their weight.

Parker, 16 months, was rushed to A&E; by his mother Maria O'Neill, 22, from Derry, Norther Ireland, after he developed a rash and blisters all over his body. He was put on a drip and stayed for a week.

The incident in 2014 sparked a three-year legal battle between Dempsey's family in Woodstock, Georgia, and Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center - until the video emerged.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt brutally taken down by Ralf Little in 42 tweets after DOUBLE-DARING the actor to challenge his claims on NHS mental healthcare

The 37-year-old actor, famous for his appearance in the Royle Family, then sent a public tweet to the Tory: 'If I'm wrong, sue me. I double dare you.' It sparked a week-long war of words. Hunt, MP for South West Surrey, eventually hit back at the accusation and provided a range of statistics backing his claim up to dismiss Little's scathing remark. Little then responded after carefully fact-checking Hunt's disputed figures because he is 'never one to resist a challenge'. In a series of 42 tweets, he exposed the truth behind Hunt's figures - and mocked his ability to use unverified statistics to his advantage.

Skin tags are generally harmless but they can affect a person's self-esteem. An unnamed patient visited Dr Michael Lewis in California to have the treatment on neck and face.

Surgeons performed a rare in utero surgery to fix the opening in a fetus's back caused by spina bifida for the first time in June. Healthy baby Eiko son was born 10 weeks later.

Thai man Jaroon Suanmali has tumour removed

Jaroon Suanmali (left), 71, from Lopburi, Thailand, suffered years of unbearable pain after the growth ballooned and he could no longer afford to visit doctors. Working as a rubbish collector, Mr Suanmali earned just £2 a day, however, a picture taken by a passer-by and posted in local media led to thousands of pounds-worth of donations, allowing him to finally have the 15cm, 4.4lb (inset) growth removed. Without the tumour (right), Mr Suanmali says he has 'a new life'.

The scheme is being considered by five health trusts in the East Midlands and Greater Manchester which collectively cover almost one million patients.

Debbie McGee, one of the favourites for the Strictly Come Dancing crown this year - making her possibly the oldest winner in the show's history - has credited her agility to something bizarre.

Researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden, found older people who live alone are 33 per cent less likely to die over the next 12 years if they own a dog, with heart disease deaths going down by 36 per cent.

NutriBullet victim shares story of her serious injuries

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: In an exclusive Daily Mail Online interview, a NutriBullet victim shared her story of her life-altering injuries after her hands were forced into the blades (top left and bottom right). Twenty-two NutriBullet owners from across the US have sued the company after being left with second and third-degree burns (bottom left and top right) and severe lacerations when the blender overheated and exploded. The victim in New York told Daily Mail Online she has had six surgeries to repair the injuries to her hands and suffers permanent nerve damage (bottom right). The company has denied the claims saying it is 'physically impossible' for the device to explode after only in use for a few seconds as the victims claim.

Angela Middleton, 55, from Kent, has achieved a body that twenty-somethings would be envious of and says she's living proof that anyone can get a six-pack if they put their mind to it.

Vaping while pregnant can cause cleft palate and other head and facial birth defects, researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered. Fruity and rich e-liquids are particularly dangerous.

The involuntary loss of urine or faecal matter is frighteningly common among all socio-economic groups. But researchers from the University of Leeds warn there is too much stigma around it.

Two doctors in Colorado have reported that an 11-month boy they treated was the first documented person to die of a marijuana overdose. If confirmed, this could upset marijuana's proliferation.

County Durham mum who lost her twins welcomes another set

Angel Hind, 33, from Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, gave birth to her first set of twins, Blake and Annabelle Smailes, in September 2015, but the tiny babies were too poorly to survive. But just three months later, Angel and partner Nick Smailes were amazed to find out she was expecting another set of boy-girl twins. Ava Annabelle Smailes and Mason Blake Smailes were delivered in August 2016 and one year on are happy and healthy. Pictured: Angel with Ava and Mason (left) and taking the twins to visit their siblings' grave (right).

FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2015, file photo, visitors walk toward Sleeping Beauty's Castle in the background at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif. Three new cases of Legionnaires' disease have been identified in Southern California and officials are looking at the possibility there may be a source outside Disneyland, where at least 11 of the patients visited in September, 2017, according to reports.(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

There are now 15 cases of Legionnaires' disease identified in Anaheim, Southern California, all tied to the Disneyland area. The park has now shut down two cooling towers.

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have identified the part of the brain that becomes impaired under stress and leads to poor decision-making.

Researchers from University College London found frail older people are 3.5 times more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or dementia one decade later, which may be due to insulin resistance.

Japanese 'Popeye' has weaker arms than the rest of us

A 79-year-old Japanese man experienced a huge bulge in his bicep after tearing a tendon that connects to his shoulder. The painful muscle growth is known as the Popeye deformity. He was treated with anti-inflammatory medication, though in some cases surgery is required.

Coffee's life-saving benefits stem from the drink's abundance of caffeine, kahweol, cafestol and antioxidants, experts said at a roundtable at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Meanwhile, J&J; faces lawsuits by around 5,500 plaintiffs nationally asserting talc-related claims, largely saying it failed to warn women about the risk of ovarian cancer from the products.

Man with OCD cured by transcranial magnetic stimulation

EXCLUSIVE: Alex Jones, 46, from Portsmouth, was tormented daily thinking he'd harmed others. Every trip outside meant he'd spend hours retracing steps to check for 'victims' and he washed his hands up to 50 times a day. He eventually had a nervous breakdown. Alex tried medication, CBT and exposure therapy but nothing worked. Earlier this year he had magnetic pulse therapy and felt like a 'normal person' after just one session.

Fred McNeill, who died after a brief battle with ALS in 2015, was identified as having CTE in 2012, says Dr Bennet Omalu, who inspired the movie Concussion after discovering CTE.

Archie Innes was born with a rare genetic disorder that has left him 'black blind'. Mother Fiona Gould, living in Sydney and originally from Kent, has raised £6,000 in just two days for the innovative treatment.

Professor Stephen Holgate, an expert in immunopharmcology at Southampton University, contributed to a list of the most effective ways to combat air pollution in a piece for Healthista.

Experts say you need to fuel your body to give you energy for a workout. Insanity inventor Shaun T, from New Jersey, names the snack he eats before an intense training session.

Nurse who refused to leave Manchester Arena bomb victim

This week's health hero nominee is nurse Jess Haskins (pictured left), 33, who helped Manchester bomb victim Adam Lawler (pictured right), 15. His family believe he wouldn't be as well as he is now without her. He was injured whilst at an Ariana Grande concert with his best friend Olivia Campbell-Hardy who died during the bomb blast. (police investigating the blast pictured inset). Jess stayed with him upon his arrival into hospital and continued to support him and his family throughout his time in hospital.

Researchers from the University of South Florida found completing as little as 15 sessions over 10 years gives an individual just a 5.9 percent chance of developing a form of the disorder.

World Health Organization data also shows the 'medieval disease' has infected 2,119 in the country off the coast of Africa, with scientists worried it has reached 'crisis' point.

Hemlata Singh, from Jodphur, India, gave birth to a healthy baby named Sonni, but attached to his stomach was his partially formed, parasitic twin, putting the infant's life at risk.

Kate Hudson's personal trainer Nicole Stuart highly recommends trying Pilates, counting calories instead of a strict diet and working out a healthy relationship with social media.

Aylesbury mum looks pregnant after botched NHS c-section 

Cheryl Castle (left), 35, a receptionist, from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, said she has had a large ‘baby belly’ (inset) since the birth of her son Liam (pictured right) in 2011, which she cannot get rid of with diet and exercise. Mrs Castle says she has been denied a 'tummy tuck' on the NHS as it is a 'cosmetic case'.

A study by McMaster University in Canada found having eczema alone does not raise asthma and allergies risks. But infants with a certain anitbody are at higher risk.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: James Murray, 45, from Louth, Lincolnshire, was hospitalised after his foot was burnt as he fell asleep against a radiator and it became badly infected.

Researchers from University College London found this occurs regardless of whether the mother suffers from the disorder. Past research suggests depression may be inherited.

Good Samaritan raises funds for boy to have brain surgery

Khyng Maza, from the Philippines, was shunned by medics as his family can't afford help. He has hydrocephalus, which can cause permanent brain damage and death. The boy's father had abandoned him and his food seller mother Raisa earns very little. But then a kind-hearted woman visiting the village started a fundraising appeal. He is now waiting to have fluid drained from his brain and his skull reconstructed.

Levi Krystosek, from Ocean Springs, Mississippi, was expected to die within days of being born - but he overcame the odds. He suffers from Jansen's Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia.

Smokers base their gauge of safety on their senses and vastly underestimate the amount of secondhand smoke the expose their kids to, according to a new study from Tel Aviv, Isreal.

Kent child's battle through chemo captured in images

Poppy Martin, from Kent, is partially sighted because of a tumour growing behind her eye. The toddler has had chemo almost every week since she got ill 17 months ago. The footage, captured by her mother Ellena (pictured right), shows her crying as she sits in hospital beds and her with no hair. UK doctors have told family there is nothing more they can do for her. Poppy's parents have launched appeal to raise £300,000 for treatment abroad.

Researchers from Cambridge University likened the cuts to 'economic murder' and said NHS and social care funding means vulnerable patients are not receiving the help they need.

The drugs are hailed as the ‘closest thing to a cure’ for women with incurable breast cancer. Vikki Orvice (pictured), from St Albans, has been able to work full-time thanks to the wonder drugs.

Heavy drinking and smoking make you look visibly older, sooner, according to new findings of a Danish study that has followed more than 11,500 people over 40 years.

A study from Denmark used virtual reality therapy for stroke patients and found it produced the same improvements in arm, hand and finger movement as standard physical therapy.

Corby woman finds love after being born with haemangioma

Cody Hall (pictured right), 25, from Corby, Northamptonshire, had such a large birthmark, it distorted the left side of her face (pictured left with her mother Theresa). She married her boyfriend of eight years Lewis Holt (pictured right), 27, last Friday after a year-long engagement. She said: 'It was an emotional day and there were some tears, but only tears of joy. I just want to show people that there is a happy ending.' Growing up (inset), Ms Hall endured cruel stares and comments from strangers.

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found mothers whose first trimesters were during summer are more likely to have children with irregular heartbeats as they were exposed to air pollution.

Researchers based at Northwestern University have found a genetic mutation in the Amish people of Berne, Indiana that appears to make them live 10 years longer than people without it.

New York City dentist Dr Jo shared her tips for protecting teeth from stains while still enjoying your favorite drinks. Tips include, sipping from a straw, chewing gum and drinking water.

Australian research has revealed that not only can breastfeeding mothers indulge in a hard earned glass of wine without harming their baby, they might actually be helping it.

Somerset girl aged three nearly died from TSS

Lilanna Batsone (right), three, from Taunton, Somerset, woke screaming in pain after the family cat scratched a spot on her neck (inset). Rushed to hospital, she became lifeless and covered in a rash. Although she was successfully treated after spending several days in hospital, including her third birthday, Lilanna's mother Kelly Batstone (pictured left), 35, believes the youngster would not be here if her doctor had not recently treated another toxic shock syndrome patient.

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered diets high in salt are killing off beneficial bacteria in people's guts, but these can be replaced with 'good bacteria'.

No one wants to miss out on the holiday indulgences, but you can't have your cake now and on Christmas too without it adding up. Spend this month building up your health with these tips.

New York dad donates kidney to his adopted daughter

Peter McKay, 38, of Brooklyn, New York, underwent the surgery in 2015 after his daughter Darcy's rare genetic condition threatened to take her life. The little girl was battling progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis type 2, or PFIC2, which prevents liver cells from flushing out bile. Thanks to the liver transplant, the four-year-old now has a full life ahead of her.

Scientists at Peking University in China have found an effective way to reduce cravings in heroin addicts by 'erasing' their memories of drug highs using memory manipulation and methadone.

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Indian girl's head doubles in size due to rare disease

Reshmi Marak's head started growing after birth and is 68cms in circumference. She has hydrocephalus, which can cause permanent brain damage. Her parents, from north eastern India, are devastated they can't afford medical bills. Her father Amrit is a daily labourer earning about Rs4,000 (£45) a month. 'When there is no work, there is no money,' said the 35-year-old. A fundraising appeal has been launched to help raise funds to get Reshmi care.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT Tanya Evans, 27, from Swansea, Wales, is at risk of rupturing her bowel while she waits for surgery to remove the mass which has grown to the size of a football.

Through an IV drip, patient Brian Madeux received billions of copies of a corrective gene and a genetic tool to cut his DNA in a procedure at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in Oakland, California.

The risk of a heart attack or chest pain doubled for people of type A, B, or AB, compared to 40 percent for type O, according to a study by Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Utah, US.

Experts at Birmingham University found women undergoing fertility treatment are 33 per cent more likely to have a baby if their vitamin D levels are healthy. One in five adults are vitamin D deficient.


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