Margaret (not her real name), a 64-year-old, says she is interested in finding out more information about Vitamin D. A recent blood test performed as part of her annual checkup showed that Margaret's Vitamin D level was low. She has since been taking Vitamin D, following her doctor's directions. Margaret understands that it is "not critical" that she find out more information about this condition, and from a medical point of view, she is right. After all, the diagnosis has already been made, the treatment has already been prescribed, and she is taking the medicine as prescribed. There is…
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