Okay, these studies are getting all too common. Ready for this one? Americans’ vitamin D levels vary throughout the year, peaking in August and bottoming out in February, a new study shows. Really? That’s funny because I thought sun increases Vitamin D productivity (it is produced by the skin when exposed to sunlight)? Wouldn’t any moron see the correlation between higher Vitamin D levels and summer? The saddest part is these studies actually get funded.
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