A recent study found that vitamin D levels above 32 ng/ml are associated with reduced risk of mortality caused by coronary heart disease.
The Vitamin D Council discusses a recent review on vitamin D metabolism and requirements in dogs.
A recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine argues that there is no vitamin D deficiency pandemic.
A recent study found that maintaining vitamin D levels of at least 30 ng/ml was associated with a 60% decreased risk in developing bladder cancer.
A new clinical trial found that high dose vitamin D supplementation reduced acute respiratory infections in nursing home residents by nearly 50%.
New research shows that vitamin D supplementation was associated with a 33% increased survival rate in breast cancer patients.