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Do not routinely test vitamin D levels in pregnancy: new guidelines

Vitamin D testing should not be routinely performed in pregnant women, according to updated Australian clinical guidelines. Routine testing and subsequent supplementation in pregnancy is not supported by evidence and should cease because the benefits and harms of vitamin D supplementation are not clear, say the authors of the updated clinical practice guidelines on pregnancy care ...

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