A recent publication discusses an interesting case of a dentist who treated herself with vitamin D following a multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Read her story.
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New research suggests that sun exposure, and not necessarily vitamin D, might be the key to easing common depressive and fatigue symptoms in MS.
New research published in JAMA Neurology suggests higher vitamin D levels in early stage multiple sclerosis may slow disease onset and progression.
New research from the University of Queensland confirmed once again, the incidence of multiple sclerosis increases the further you move away from the equator.
A recent paper on the progression of MS showed higher serum vitamin D levels are associated with benefits for MS patients.
Recent research shows that vitamin D supplementation reduces number of antibodies against an Epstein-barr virus antigen in multiple sclerosis patients.
Vitamin D Council member shares her daughter’s journey with vitamin D supplementation for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.
A study published by the American Neurological Association investigated the relationship between 25(OH)D levels and brain lesions in patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Children whose mothers were vitamin D deficient during pregnancy may have a significantly increased risk of multiple sclerosis later in life.
A recent review summarized the evidence for vitamin D in the development and treatment of multiple sclerosis patients.
For the fifth year in a row, November 2nd is Vitamin D Day. The day is dedicated to spreading awareness on vitamin D and vitamin D deficiency.
Researchers in New Zealand are taking part in a large clinical trial investigating whether vitamin D can help prevent multiple sclerosis (MS).
New research out of South Korea suggests there is an association between vitamin D deficiency and autoimmune thyroid disease.
A new study out of Turkey has found that in those with alopecia areata, low vitamin D levels are common and may relate to a more severe disease state.
New research from the journal PLoS One links low vitamin D levels to greater disability in those with neuromyelitis optica.
A new study has found that vitamin D relates to the development of Krabbe disease and that vitamin D supplementation may improve clinical outcomes.
A new study published in PLOS One has found that higher vitamin D levels may reduce the risk of developing nocturnal enuresis in children.
Data from the GrassrootsHealth Study suggests that the RDA needs to be changed to about 7000 IU.
Dr. Cannell answers more emails on PCOS, bright light lamps and supplementing in New Zealand.
Research suggests that high dose vitamin D supplementation is both safe and effective in improving quality of life among patients with multiple sclerosis.
Dr Cannell reviews the research presented at this year’s vitamin D symposium in San Diego, CA.
Dr Cannell discusses Purity Products and his retirement from Atascadero State Hospital.
A recent study found that patients with multiple sclerosis had higher vitamin D-binding protein levels than healthy participants.
In a mouse model of multiple sclerosis, UVB radiation was found to suppress the disease by preventing key inflammatory cells from entering the CNS.
This past year, there were quite a few randomized controlled trials using vitamin D. We cover many of them here.
Dr Cannell answers reader questions on a range of topics from Crohn’s disease to sleep disorders, all subjects associated with vitamin D deficiency.
Dr Cannell discusses the case of a ‘supplement guru’ who took 2,000,000 IU per day for a full month. Find out what happened.
Education is one of the most powerful tools we have for making change. So do your part and educate yourself about vitamin D!