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Studies consistently show that children all over the world do not receive adequate vitamin D.
A recent study found that the vast majority of NHL players have healthy vitamin D levels, with none of the players being considered deficient.
A recent meta-analysis suggests the optimal vitamin D levels lie beyond the Food and Nutrition Board’s recommended 20 ng/ml.
A new study found vitamin D supplementation was linked to improved bone mineral density and muscle power in children with inflammatory bowel disease.
A study found vitamin D may halt the progression of knee effusion synovitis, potentially improving the outcomes in people with knee osteoarthritis.
A recent study aimed to determine the minimal UVB dose required to significantly improve vitamin D status among obese individuals.
While observational studies suggest vitamin D may be linked to schizophrenia, a recent clinical trial found contrary results.
A recent study found low vitamin D levels were independently related to sleep disturbance among hemodialysis patients.
A randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D supplementation improved cognition and mood.
A recent study found that preeclampsia was linked with increased breakdown, reduced activation and impaired placental uptake of vitamin D.
Our in-home vitamin D test kit is easy, affordable, and an accurate way to find out your Vitamin D status.