A recent case-control study found that low vitamin D levels were associated with jaundice among newborns.
Vitamin D supplementation for eight weeks resulted in reduced pain and increased mobility among patients with chronic low back pain.
Research suggests vitamin D status acts as a predictor of response to cardiac resynchronization therapy among patients with systolic heart failure.
A recent study evaluated mothers’ preferences for supplementing their infants with vitamin D.
A recent study found that vitamin D levels below 16 ng/ml were associated with frequent headaches among middle aged men.
The 6th International conference on vitamin D deficiency, nutrition and human health is scheduled to take place March 9th-10th in Abu Dhabi.