Researchers recently conducted a study on vitamin D and colorectal cancer and, after adjusting for inflammatory markers, vitamin D still influenced the risk of developing colorectal cancer.
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In a long-term follow up of the Women’s Health Initiative, researchers found that calcium plus vitamin D was associated with a decreased risk of vertebral fractures.
A recent study by Dror et al raised some questions about higher levels of vitamin D. Dr Cannell takes a look at the study and its merits.
In recent RCT, vitamin D reduces inflammation markers like CRP, TNF, IL-6, and IL-8.
Dr Cannell reviews research covering disease rates and vitamin D levels among African Americans and discusses information which should be known to all.
This Sunday, November 2nd, is Vitamin D Day. We encourage the public to take action to spread awareness and take better control of their health.
Dr Grant reviews the evidence to date and reports the minimum optimum serum vitamin D level.
A new meta-analysis found that those with severe vitamin D deficiency had almost twice the mortality rate as those with vitamin D levels greater than 35 ng/ml.
A recent publication suggested African-Americans are being misdiagnosed from vitamin D tests. How accurate is the information in this study?
This month we feature a remarkable series of letters from a mother of an autistic son who treated her child with vitamin D.