New findings suggest that vitamin D supplementation may be an effective form of therapy in the management of ichthyosis.
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Research suggests that the agricultural revolution is responsible for the evolution of skin pigmentation
The analysis of DNA changes from Ancient Europe led to a new hypothesis regarding the evolution of skin pigmentation.
Researchers recently found supplementation with vitamin D decreases the severity of Verneuil’s disease.
A prospective longitudinal study compared the differences in seasonal vitamin D levels between patients with skin conditions who are sensitive to the sun and healthy people.
A recent study examined the effects of genetic variants related to skin pigmentation on vitamin D levels among children and its influence on sun exposure behavior.
A recent study published found a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in ichthyosis and revealed that aspects of the disorder may contribute to deficiency.
Researchers report a link between vitamin D deficiency and vitiligo, a skin disease characterized by loss of pigmentation from areas of the skin.
Brant Cebulla discusses what we know about the benefits of sun exposure outside of vitamin D production.
Brant Cebulla reviews differing theories regarding skin pigmentation. One in particular is gaining momentum with the increase of vitamin D research.
Can we wash away vital vitamin D that is produced on the surface of our skin?