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Northern U.S. patients who have undergone weight-loss surgery during the winter experience more complications than patients in the South.
A recent study found that vitamin D supplementation resulted in weight loss in obese and overweight people who are deficient in vitamin D.
A new study has found that there is a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among omega loop gastric bypass patients.
A new study finds a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among adolescents with eating disorders.
A new study published in the European Journal of Nutrition reports that vitamin D deficiency may increase your chances of becoming obese years later.
Patients in remission with Crohn’s disease who took vitamin D had significant improvement in quality of life, according to research presented at the annual Digestive Disease Week.
Susan G Komen for the Cure is currently funding research investigating the effect of vitamin D and body weight on breast cancer prevention.
A study published online in the Journal of Women’s Health found that women with low vitamin D blood levels may be prone to weight gain.
Dr. Cannell responds to a member’s frustrations regarding those who don’t recognize the health benefits of maintaining optimal vitamin D status.
New research offers a potential mechanism behind the relationship between vitamin D deficiency and weight gain.
Research suggests vitamin D metabolism is altered among critically ill humans, but is this true for our canine companions?
How are inflammatory bowel disease, vitamin D and gut bacteria related? A recent exploratory study aims to find out.
A recent study published by the journal Aging Clinical and Experimental Research suggests vitamin D status and body weight impacts muscle strength and function among postmenopausal women.
Researchers evaluated whether vitamin D status affects one’s risk of developing secondary hyperparathyroidism after bariatric surgery.
Researchers discover that vitamin D deficiency was more common in vitiligo patients, and significantly associated with disease activity.
A recent study found that vitamin D was associated with muscle strength and quality in an elderly population over a 10 year period.
A recent retrospective study discovered that low vitamin D status may act as an independent predictor of recurrence of Graves’ disease.
According to a new study, low vitamin D status is associated with poor prognosis in dogs with protein losing enteropathy.