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Low vitamin D levels associated with a decline in physical function among people with chronic spinal cord injury
A recent study illustrated that low vitamin D levels may be an independent predictor of declined physical function in people with chronic spinal cord injury.
Research suggests low vitamin D levels are independently associated with a 3-fold increased risk of prediabetes and a 5.6-fold increased risk of type 2 diabetes in Chinese individuals.
A recent study determined that of children under the age of four, breastfeeding infants were the most likely to be deficient.
A recent study explored the attitudes and beliefs of parents on sun exposure and UV protection in their young children.
Yet another study finds a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among children in Middle Eastern communities
A recent study discovered a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in Middle Eastern school children, especially in girls.
Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency is improving, but is still high in Iranian adults
A recent study determined that while prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency is decreasing in Iran, many adults still have low levels.
Recent study determines which factors may contribute to the vitamin D status of an elderly Chinese population
A recent study explored the effect of some lifestyle factors on vitamin D status in 10 Shanghai communities.
Researchers discovered a 1.58 increased chance of birthing an infant that is small for gestational age in pregnant women who are vitamin D deficient.
Study suggests vitamin D deficiency and autoimmunity are independent risk factors for female infertility
A recent study hypothesized vitamin D status is a marker for infertility among women with an autoimmune disease.
New research offers a potential mechanism behind the relationship between vitamin D deficiency and weight gain.
A recent study found that vitamin D levels below 30 ng/ml are associated with impaired recovery from hip fracture.
A new meta-analysis of 17 studies found vitamin D levels < 40 ng/ml was associated with an increased risk for colorectal cancer.
Increasing vitamin D status may improve overactive bladder symptoms.
Yet another study finds low levels of vitamin D are associated with an increased risk of developing dementia.
How are inflammatory bowel disease, vitamin D and gut bacteria related? A recent exploratory study aims to find out.
A mother asks Dr. Cannell for advice regarding the safety of high dose vitamin D supplementation for her autistic child.
A recent study published by the journal Aging Clinical and Experimental Research suggests vitamin D status and body weight impacts muscle strength and function among postmenopausal women.
Dr. Cannell responds to a member’s question regarding how much vitamin D is produced from sunbathing.
A recent study determined that lower vitamin D levels are associated with a nearly 3 times increased risk of longer menstrual cycles.