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23 July 2012
Does vitamin D play a role in autism? Find out if there is a link here.
3 September 2012
Dr Grant investigates how autism, vitamin D and cytokines – proteins released by cells in the body that carry signals to other cells – are interconnected. Continue reading →
15 August 2007
This month Dr. Cannell answers questions regarding his new theory on vitamin D’s link to autism. Continue reading →
14 December 2012
A new study found prevalence of autism among U.S. children is inversely correlated with UVB, the primary source of vitamin D. Continue reading →
20 September 2009
Dr Cannell reviews a recent Harvard paper which recognizes a link between vitamin D and autism, among other theories. Continue reading →
26 October 2010
Dr Cannell writes back and forth with a concerned mother who’s child has autism. Continue reading →
20 April 2010
Study finds autistic adults had the lowest vitamin D levels when compared to patients with depression and schizophrenia. Continue reading →
31 May 2012
Dr Cannell discusses the status of the Vitamin D Council’s free remote autism program and reports recent outcomes. Families who would like to participate in the program are encouraged to contact us. Continue reading →
25 February 2010
Dr Cannell shares many of the letters he received answering questions from his last newsletter discussing vitamin D and autism. Continue reading →
15 January 2010
A mother writes an intriguing case report of her autistic son’s behavior, before and after supplementing with vitamin D. Continue reading →
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28 Jul 2014
A recent study found that older patients with vitamin D insufficiency have a reduced macular thickness compared to those without vitamin D insufficiency. Continue reading →
26 Jul 2014
New research lends more evidence to the theory that human skin color changed in response to differing levels of ultraviolet radiation. Continue reading →