New research suggests that air pollution is an independent risk factor for vitamin D deficiency.
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A recent study found vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent among children with irritable bowel syndrome.
A new dose-response trial found that a vitamin D intake above 1,200 IU is needed for adolescents to achieve a vitamin D status of 20 ng/ml or greater.
Recent study finds patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis have lower vitamin D levels than healthy adolescents
A retrospective study found that vitamin D levels were significantly lower in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis patients compared to healthy controls.
Vitamin D and iron supplements have been distributed to 3.2 million high school girls in Iran this school year.
A recent study determined that low vitamin D status is associated with myocardial dysfunction in adolescents by the use of the TDI ultrasound.
Insight on the study that found vitamin D supplementation increased cholesterol and triglycerides in obese adolescents
Dr. Cannell analyzes the recent study that found vitamin D supplementation increased cholesterol and triglycerides in obese adolescents.
Low vitamin D levels linked with non-violent psychiatric distress in adolescents, according to recent study
A recent study found low vitamin D status may be associated with some forms of psychiatric distress, but not violence in adolescents.
Study shows daily high-dose supplementation of vitamin D improves symptoms associated with sickle cell disease
A recent case control study found that daily high-dose vitamin D supplementation improved symptoms associated with sickle cell disease.
In adolescents, the relationship between vitamin D status and cardiovascular health may vary by race
Recent research looked at the role that vitamin D status, and race-specific determinants of vitamin D status, plays in vascular health.