December 1, 2011 8:54am CST
If vitamin D exists properly in blood the death risk becomes half. The deficiency of this vitamin increases the risk of cardiac disease. A new study says this. After studying on one thousand patients the researchers of the University of Cunsuse found this fact. The research revealed that 70 percent patients have the deficiency of Vitamin D and they are in the risk various types of heart diseases. Professor Dr. James L Vasik of the University of Cunsuse Hospital and Medical college said, the risk of death increases double with the deficiency of Vitamin D. On the other hand the death risk decreases by 60 percent if there is proper Vitamin D in the body.