D deficiency in Tasmania: a whole of life perspective
This study aims to describe the lifetime picture of vitamin
Five cross‐sectional studies were used: a sample of primary schoolchildren (n = 201, aged 7–8 years), two samples of adolescents (sample 1: n = 374, aged 15–18 years; sample 2: n = 136, aged 16–19 years), a sample of young to middle‐aged adults (n = 262, aged 19–59 years) and a sample of older adults (n = 1092, aged 50–80 years).
In winter/spring, approximately two‐thirds of the adolescents and adults (young, middle‐aged and older) had 25(
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-10-01