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A new study reports that a variety of vitamin D practice patterns exist in primary care and they are often led by patient demand.
Tom Weishaar looks at a new Mendelian randomization study that reports no link between vitamin D and type 2 diabetes.
Tom Weishaar discusses the importance of a new assay technique which allows for a more accurate measurement of bioavailable vitamin D.
New research lends more evidence to the theory that human skin color changed in response to differing levels of ultraviolet radiation.
Tom Weishaar examines the design and results of a recent study which looked at how ultraviolet exposure relates to racial health disparities in preterm birth.
Tom Weishaar provides an overview from a new randomized controlled trial and discusses the importance of vitamin D-binding protein in a clinical setting.
A recent publication suggested African-Americans are being misdiagnosed from vitamin D tests. How accurate is the information in this study?
Tom Weishaar examines how the methodology behind Mendelian randomization can determine direction of causality.
Tom Weishaar looks at a recent study that finds that three different metabolites of vitamin D can activate the vitamin D receptor.
As reported, a new study finds a skin cancer diagnosis correlates with decrease risk of death later in life. Tom Weishaar provides a detailed look.
A recent study determined that lower vitamin D levels are associated with a nearly 3 times increased risk of longer menstrual cycles.