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New research finds achieving healthy vitamin D levels helps relieve symptoms of chronic widespread pain
A new study discovered that vitamin D improved musculoskeletal pain, depression and quality of life among patients with chronic widespread pain.
A recent study found that vitamin D may help treat major depression in those who are severely deficient.
Dr Cannell answers some intriguing and important questions about vitamin D from our readers.
A recent study suggests vitamin D deficiency may impair sexual function in women.
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 comments on recent paper on the ‘Scottish paradox’ and the role vitamin D may have.
Study finds vitamin D improves feelings of well being in subjects with frequent respiratory tract infections
A reanalysis of a RCT found that four of twenty-two individuals taking antidepressants were able to terminate medication use when their final 25(OH)D exceeded 40 ng/ml.
How much do you know about vitamin D toxicity? Test yourself, you may be surprised by the answers!
Dr. Jacqueline Petterson recently discovered that vitamin D levels in the 40s and 50s are associated with optimal verbal fluency.
Researchers in Turkey, recently conducted a cross-sectional study of 540 subjects, seeing if vitamin D levels are connected to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
A new study suggests that low vitamin D status is related to more severe symptoms and overall cognitive deficits among schizophrenic patients.
A study found that vitamin D significantly reduced the odds of antipsychotic medication induced type II diabetes.
Having given birth two or more times, giving birth to more than one child at a time (e.g. twins), and non-tanned skin are significant risk factors for D deficiency during pregnancy.
Education is one of the most powerful tools we have for making change. So do your part and educate yourself about vitamin D!
Researchers recently conducted a unique type of study after reporting on a case of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) that dramatically improved after “high dose” vitamin D.
Dr. Cannell discusses the risk of vitamin D toxicity by reviewing statistics from the U.S.A. Poison Control Center.
While answering a readers questions Dr Cannell discusses the role genetics play in rickets.