|Pregnant women who maintain their levels of Vitamin D can protect their children from tooth decay and gum disease, according to new research.
A study presented to the International Association for Dental Research suggests that getting enough Vitamin D in the second trimester of pregnancy can cut the risk of dental problems for children.
Researchers from the University of Manitoba ran the first ever study to investigate the relationship between maternal Vitamin D levels and childhood tooth decay.
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