A 2-year longitudinal study explored the effect of vitamin D levels on cognitive decline in a Chinese elderly population.
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Recent study reviews whether current research on vitamin D and dementia follows Hill’s criteria for causation
Dr. Cannell discusses a review paper on D and dementia to see if the evidence that exists to date meets Hill’s criteria for causation.
A recent cohort study found that vitamin D status related to poorer executive function, processing speed and visual perceptual skills.
Researchers find that low vitamin D levels are related to both mild cognitive impairment and dementia in older adults.
New research published in British Journal of Nutrition states that in middle-aged adults, vitamin D status may impact aspects of cognitive function.
New research finds vitamin D deficiency related to mild cognitive impairment in those with type 2 diabetes
A new study has found that low vitamin D levels in adults with type 2 diabetes are associated with mild cognitive impairment.
In an animal model study, researchers found vitamin D helps prevent what is called tau hyperphosphorylation, which is central in cognitive decline.
Researchers have found that low vitamin D intake may lead to brain damage as we age, according to results of their new animal study.
Dr Cannell discusses the latest systematic review and meta-analysis on vitamin D and cognitive function.
Researchers out of the University of Alabama Birmingham recently report that lack of sun exposure may lead to cognitive decline over time.