New York: People who use oral steroid medications may be at greater-than-average risk of a serious vitamin D deficiency, a new study suggests.The findings, reported in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, do not prove that the drugs themselves are the cause.But they do suggest that people on the medications should have their doctors check their blood levels of vitamin D, researchers say. And that may be especially important for children.
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