A recent study found an association between low maternal vitamin D status and impaired developmental outcomes in infants and toddlers.
A mouse model found maternal vitamin D deficiency increased the offspring’s risk for long-term metabolic complications.
Researchers found higher vitamin D levels were associated with decreased lung cancer risk and increased odds of survival.
A new study found vitamin D deficiency was as low as 3.6% and 3.9% in South American children and adults, respectively.
Researchers discovered an alarming prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabian pregnant women and newborns.
Researchers find vitamin D deficiency is associated with increased disease activity and comorbidities among patients with rheumatoid arthritis.