Washington: Babies should be given a daily dose of vitamin D of 400 IU (international units) to help them stay healthy, a new study suggests.The study led by Professor Hope Weiler, from the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition at McGill University and by Dr. Celia Rodd of McGill`s Department of Pediatrics, has just confirmed the how much vitamin D should babies be given."There`s sometimes a feeling that more is better. But until now, no one had compared the popularly recommended daily doses of vitamin D to see what will result in optimal health for infants, so we were very glad to be able to do this," Prof. Weiler said.
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