A new study found that vitamin D supplementation for three months improved cognitive performance among multiple sclerosis patients.
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Dr Grant reviews the book, The End of Illness by David B. Agus, MD, who may have some good points regarding lifestyle choices, but misses the mark regarding vitamin D.
Dr Cannell discusses the exciting research presented at the 13th annual vitamin D conference in Victoria, British Columbia.
Dr Cannell gives great information while answering some of your most common questions about vitamin D.
New research out of Italy suggests that severe vitamin D deficiency is common in people with early primary Sjögren’s syndrome.
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.
A recent study suggests higher levels of vitamin D are associated with a decreased risk of glucose imbalance among non-diabetic Southwest Chinese adults.
Brant Cebulla recalls previous sun exposure recommendations and reviews the evidence suggesting a new recommendation be introduced.
Dr Cannell discusses the possible dangers of completely avoiding all UV light and how supplements should not be your only source of vitamin D.
Dr Cannell talks with a woman who recently had surgery for hyperparathyroidism, who also has osteoporosis.
Researchers in Turkey, recently conducted a cross-sectional study of 540 subjects, seeing if vitamin D levels are connected to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
Dr Cannell reviews the literature on vitamin D’s role in many pediatric disorders.
Brant Cebulla discusses what we know about the benefits of sun exposure outside of vitamin D production.
Dr Walter Stumpf recently published a review examining vitamin D and it’s function in the brain.
Dr Grant discusses the vitamin D conference, “Vitamin D — Minimum, maximum, optimum” held in Warsaw, Poland to develop guidelines for vitamin D for Central and Eastern Europe.
Scientists recently conducted a double blind, placebo-controlled trial of vitamin D in 66 MS patients, to see if it helped as an add-on therapy with interferon.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University announced that transverse myelitis patients have low vitamin D levels, and they suspect that low D levels allow the inflammation of the disease to occur.