A study done at the Medical University of Graz in Austria found that almost three of every four women with PCOS may have vitamin D deficiencies. Another study from the Royan Institute in Iran theorized that women with PCOS may have a genetic variation that affects how effectively vitamin D functions in the body. Other studies have shown that women with PCOS have insufficient vitamin D levels, and vitamin D replacement therapy may have a beneficial effect on IR in obese women with PCOS.
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No, you’re not just seeing things. This split-colored lobster displays a condition known as gynandromorphy, meaning it is half male, half female. In this case, the blue side is the female side, and the brown side is the male side. This genetic variation occurs in about 1 out of every 50 million lobsters. Gynandromorphs aren’t always split neatly down the middle; they can also be calico patterned. Via: AsapSCIENCE