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The first randomized controlled trial was conducted examining the safety and efficacy of vitamin D supplementation in primary hyperparathyroidism.
Research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism reports that vitamin D deficiency is associated with frailty and all-cause mortality in older men.
Findings from research conducted in Australia suggest that people at risk of vitamin D deficiency have limited awareness and understanding about vitamin D.
Recent research suggests that vitamin D deficient patients with autoimmune diseases have a higher risk of disease activity compared to those with higher vitamin D levels.
Higher vitamin D levels are associated with significantly lower risk of renal cell cancer in adults, according to research published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Low vitamin D levels may not be adequately treated among older hip fracture participants, according to research published in Osteoporosis International.
Systemic lupus erythematosis and vitamin D deficiency are associated with shorter telomere length among African Americans, according to a study published last week in PLOS ONE.
Recently, researchers treated traumatic brain injury patients with combination vitamin D3, progesterone, omega-3 fatty acids, and glutamine.
In a new study, researchers in Iran were interested in whether different dosages of vitamin D would improve insulin resistance during pregnancy.
A new open label carried out by Professor Linlin Yang reports that vitamin D may be of help to people with Crohn’s.
A recent study determined that lower vitamin D levels are associated with a nearly 3 times increased risk of longer menstrual cycles.