New research suggests that air pollution is an independent risk factor for vitamin D deficiency.
Tag Archives: air pollution
Recently, Dr. Tracy Ann Becerra and colleagues from the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA reported that air pollution is directly correlated with autism.
A new analysis of a randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D helps muscle strength and peak exercise tolerance in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients.
Research reports that gestational exposure to air pollution, especially in the third trimester, may contribute to lower vitamin D levels in infants.
A study recently looked at infant vitamin D levels to see if there was an association with the air pollution indices of where the mothers lived during their pregnancy.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent Harvard paper which recognizes a link between vitamin D and autism, among other theories.