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The publication by Ahmed et al illustrated the increasing burden of symptomatic vitamin D deficiency in Scotland, with cases presenting as young as two weeks of age.1 In these infants maternal vitamin D levels and infant feeding practice would have undoubtedly played a role.
The Scottish Government adopted the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence 2008 guidelines in July 2009, recommending that all pregnant and breastfeeding women be advised about the benefits of vitamin D …
Competing interests None.
Ethics approval Women and Children Directorate, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
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