Dr. Michael Holick, a professor of medicine at Boston University and the senior author of the study, offered straightforward advice for pregnant women. “Take a thousand-unit supplement of vitamin D, available at any pharmacy, on top of any prenatal vitamins you’re taking, so that you’re getting 1,400 units a day,” he said. “There is no downside to doing this.”
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