A meta-analysis of RCTs discovered that vitamin D supplementation did not increase the risk of noncalcemic adverse effects compared to a placebo.
A new RCT found supplementing infertile men with vitamin D improved their partner’s birth success rate, despite not affecting overall semen quality.
A recent study discovered vitamin D deficiency was associated with slower walking speed in middle aged and elderly individuals.
A recent study determined there was a higher prevalence of comorbidities in patients with lower levels of vitamin D compared to higher levels.
A recent study discovered nearly 80% of very low and extremely low birth weight babies are vitamin D deficient.
The Scottish government has partnered with Healthy Start’s public health initiative to decrease vitamin D deficiency among pregnant women.