Danish Children Hospitalized Due to Inno Pharma Vitamin D

Source: Jydske Vestkysten

Aug 04, 2016

Last week, Danish Healthy Authority published a letter warning people not to use Inno Pharma's Vitamin D3 after the supplement was found to have a 75 times higher dose than intended.

According to the Denmark-based manufacturer of dietary supplements, at least 150 children used the super strength vitamin D and more than a dozen have been hospitalized. High vitamin D levels can cause high blood calcium as well as kidney stones.

Inno says production has been halted and the product is being recalled.

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