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Research shows that low vitamin D status may be an independent predictor of post-stroke anxiety.
A recent study found vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent among children with irritable bowel syndrome.
A recent case-control study found that vitamin D supplementation may improve quality of life among fibromyalgia patients.
According to a recent study, low vitamin D levels significantly correlate to mood, quality of life, and function in first-onset psychosis.
Increased inflammation may be an underlying factor contributing to suicidal behaviors. Since vitamin D has been shown to modulate inflammation, could deficiency be related to attempted suicide?
Dr Cannell reviews the second randomized controlled trial (RCT) looking into the relationship between vitamin D and hepatitis C.
For the first time, researchers have found an association between increased schizophrenia disease activity and low vitamin D levels.
Research continues to show that seasonality influences risk of certain conditions. Recently, this same relationship was found to exist for risk of hip replacements.
Dr Walter Stumpf recently published a review examining vitamin D and it’s function in the brain.
Dr Cannell reviews the research on vitamin D on the web and points out many shortcomings of the information provided.
Dr Cannell examines all of the latest research looking into the relationship between vitamin D status and cardiovascular disease risk.
Dr Cannell discusses the boom in recent news covering vitamin D and he explains some of vitamin D’s important mechanisms.
A mother writes an intriguing case report of her son’s autism symptoms, before and after supplementing with vitamin D.
Dr Cannell reviews research which introduces facts about vitamin D which some decide to ignore.
Staff member Brant Cebulla offers a little perspective on recent data that associates atrial fibrillation with 25(OH)D levels over 100 ng/ml.