Vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency is associated with depression in children with cystic fibrosis, according to research published last month in Psychosomatics.
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Dr. Cannell discusses the current research that may explain how vitamin D and K2 supplementation helped resolve a member’s struggle with depression.
New research suggests that sun exposure, and not necessarily vitamin D, might be the key to easing common depressive and fatigue symptoms in MS.
Dr Cannell discusses the “placebo effect” in psychiatric studies and a recent study published in Acta Paediatrica looking into the role of vitamin D in adolescent depression.
Pregnant women with low levels of vitamin D were three times more likely to get clinical depression during pregnancy in recent study.
A recent review found that omega-3 fish oil and vitamin D, among other supplements, increased the effects of antidepressants for patients with clinical depression.
Recent study finds vitamin D supplementation reduces depressive symptoms in chronic liver disease patients
A clinical trial found that vitamin D supplementation reduced depressive symptoms in patients with chronic liver disease.
A new study found an association between low vitamin D levels and depressive symptoms among Korean female workers.
Take a look at the reader questions Dr Cannell answers discussing topics such as vitamin D co-factors, asthma, autism, and more.
Dr Cannell answers reader questions on a range of topics from Crohn’s disease to sleep disorders, all subjects associated with vitamin D deficiency.
Study finds autistic adults had the lowest vitamin D levels when compared to patients with depression and schizophrenia.
Iranian researchers recently conducted a randomized controlled trial to see if vitamin D in combination with Prozac worked better than Prozac alone in improving symptoms of depression.
Researchers from Oregon’s medical school discovered that children with mental problems were more likely to have severe vitamin D deficiency.
A new study has found that in patients with multiple sclerosis, amount of sun exposure, not vitamin D, may relate to certain neuropsychiatric symptoms.
Dr Walter Stumpf recently published a review examining vitamin D and it’s function in the brain.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent study which found teenagers in a mental health clinic with the lowest vitamin D levels were more likely to be psychotic.
A team of doctors and researchers out of Israel have recently reported on the vitamin D levels of schizophrenic patients at the Ness Ziona Mental Health Center in Israel.
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Study finds vitamin D deficiency common in elderly psychiatric patients, independent of psychiatric diagnosis
New research found that vitamin D deficiency is very common among elderly psychiatric patients, regardless of their psychiatric disorder.