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Posted on: June 18, 2014
by John Cannell, MD
An important new study supporting the vitamin D theory of autism spectrum disorders was published on June 14, 2104 in the prestigious journal, The Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.You must be a paid member to read the rest of this post. Please login or register now.
Excellent, Dr. Cannell; and, thank you.
As a person who has to take copious amounts of vitamin D to simply maintain an optimal 25(OH)D level I find your remarks about heritable vitamin D status really fascinating.
I know my mood and my personality have both improved dramatically now that I am finally replete.
Last year on a whim, I took a self-administered Aspergers test. I scored 102 out of a possible 200 points. What does this mean–who knows? By the way I was dismayed to learn that Aspergers is no longer classified as its own condition. This is a step backwards in my opinion.
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Increasing vitamin D status may improve overactive bladder symptoms.