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In this blog, we say goodbye to Will Hunter, our Program Manager. Although we will miss him, we are looking forward to hearing about his travels abroad.
A case-control study has found that vitamin D is associated with cytokines and that levels of cytokines are significantly altered in patients with ovarian cancer.
A study revealed that rheumatoid arthritis patients with vitamin D deficiency had a lower response to treatment than patients with normal 25(OH)D levels.
A trial shows that vitamin D supplementation over the short-term improves symptoms of peripheral neuropathy in patients with type 2 diabetes.
A recent study reveals a potential mechanism to explain why critically ill patients with low vitamin D levels are more likely to suffer poor outcomes.
A study conducted in elderly women showed that lower vitamin D levels were associated with increased risk of cancer death, but not with the incidence of cancer.
A recent study found that in an elderly population in Germany, factors determining vitamin D status differ between men and women.
Using mice, researchers are able to show that the vitamin D receptor mediates the response of two different T cells to infection.
In a mouse model of breast cancer, vitamin D increases the effectiveness of light therapy used to fight cancer.
A new study finds higher vitamin D levels are associated with a lower prevalence of metabolic syndrome in an elderly population.
Researchers recently discovered that weekly vitamin D supplementation helped improve depression and anxiety among women with type 2 diabetes.