Dr. Cannell discusses whether additional wavelengths of radiation may stimulate vitamin D production.
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Research suggests vitamin D metabolism is altered among critically ill humans, but is this true for our canine companions?
A mouse model found maternal vitamin D deficiency increased the offspring’s risk for long-term metabolic complications.
An animal study suggests that vitamin D may provide a treatment and prevention method for a specific cause of back pain among diabetic patients.
According to a new study, low vitamin D status is associated with poor prognosis in dogs with protein losing enteropathy.
A recent study discovered vitamin D supplementation during the first trimester of pregnancy eliminated autism related phenotypes in mice.
A new study found that vitamin D supplementation reversed cognitive impairment induced by a high fat diet among obese rats.
Researchers found that a combination of a high fat diet and vitamin D deficiency causes metabolic syndrome in mice.
A recent animal study discovered that vitamin D may have an important role in the process of remyelination.
New research suggest that vitamin D supplementation may decrease the severity of tuberculosis (TB) in infected animals.