Dr Cannell reviews the research presented at this year’s vitamin D symposium in San Diego, CA.
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Dr Cannell discusses Purity Products and his retirement from Atascadero State Hospital.
Recent research suggests that African Americans may be at higher risk of developing multiple sclerosis than previously thought.
In a mouse model of multiple sclerosis, UVB radiation was found to suppress the disease by preventing key inflammatory cells from entering the CNS.
Researchers find that patients with severe MS were more likely to have lower levels of vitamin D than people with milder versions of the disease.
This past year, there were quite a few randomized controlled trials using vitamin D. We cover many of them here.
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.
A recent study found that patients with multiple sclerosis had higher vitamin D-binding protein levels than healthy participants.
Dr Cannell answers reader questions on a range of topics from Crohn’s disease to sleep disorders, all subjects associated with vitamin D deficiency.
New research is under way studying the most effective range of vitamin D in reducing symptoms of MS.
Researchers discover that vitamin D deficiency was more common in vitiligo patients, and significantly associated with disease activity.
Dr. Cannell compares vitamin D recommendations between college rivals, Harvard and Yale.
Today, we say farewell to our Program Manager, Riley Peterson, as she continues her journey to become a Registered Dietitian
Yet another study finds low levels of vitamin D are associated with an increased risk of developing dementia.
Dr Cannell reviews his extensive research on vitamin D levels and athletic performance.
The average vitamin D scientist is now taking 5,000 IU/day. Dr Cannell discusses this study as well other other interesting vitamin D facts.
There were 3,600 papers published about vitamin D in 2012. Dr Grant summarizes the top 16 vitamin D papers of this past year.
We take a look at a recent systematic review that cast doubt on vitamin D and discuss if systematic reviews are useful in vitamin D research.
Will the “vitamin D era” produce a Nobel Laureate in Chemistry?
A new study has come out in the journal the Lancet, and we have received many emails requesting that we address it. In this blog, we explain the design of the study and its argument.