A recent study found vitamin D status is associated with grip strength among elderly African American women at risk for osteoporosis.
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New study reports inflammation may modulate the relationship between vitamin D status and post-partum depression
A study found that low prenatal vitamin D levels were significantly associated with higher PPD symptoms in those with elevated inflammatory markers.
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.
Researchers in a new study examined the role vitamin D plays in risk of preterm birth.
In a recent study, researchers out of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that vitamin D levels may correlate with childhood anemia.
Systemic lupus erythematosis and vitamin D deficiency are associated with shorter telomere length among African Americans, according to a study published last week in PLOS ONE.
A study from the National Institute of Health reports that vitamin D deficient women are more likely to develop uterine fibroids than women with sufficient vitamin D levels.
Uterine fibroids are the most common non-cancerous tumors in females. Is vitamin D status associated with fibroids?
Absorption and metabolism of vitamin D is comparable among Caucasian and African American women, according to new research.
A recent study investigates why African American women tend to have a more aggressive form of breast cancer than those of European Ancestry.