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A recent case-control study found that vitamin D supplementation may improve quality of life among fibromyalgia patients.
In a recent study, vitamin D deficiency was associated with emotional, behavioral and peer relationship problems among older adolescents.
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?
A recent study out of Canada found an association between vitamin D levels and health-related quality of life among older Canadian residents.
According to a recent study, low vitamin D levels significantly correlate to mood, quality of life, and function in first-onset psychosis.
Dr Cannell answers readers questions and discusses research on influenza, hypothyroidism, and cancer.
Study finds autistic adults had the lowest vitamin D levels when compared to patients with depression and schizophrenia.
Painful periods or dysmenorrhea have always been a common problem for women. Dr Cannell discusses the recent research which suggests a beneficial role of vitamin D in relieving painful menstrual cramps.
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 Cannell reviews the second randomized controlled trial (RCT) looking into the relationship between vitamin D and hepatitis C.
Dr Cannell reviews the research on vitamin D on the web and points out many shortcomings of the information provided.
Dr Walter Stumpf recently published a review examining vitamin D and it’s function in the brain.
Dr Cannell discusses the boom in recent news covering vitamin D and he explains some of vitamin D’s important mechanisms.
Dr Cannell shares many of the letters he received answering questions from his last newsletter discussing vitamin D and autism.
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.