Researchers discovered that vitamin D sufficiency was common in a Finnish population affected by rheumatic diseases.
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Researchers find vitamin D deficiency is associated with increased disease activity and comorbidities among patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Researchers found that vitamin D did not reduce pain or slow the progression of knee osteoarthritis. However, the dosage used was likely inadequate.
Vitamin D may indirectly improve knee osteoarthritis pain based on its role in muscle strength, according to study
A new study found a link between quadriceps muscle strength with both vitamin D status and knee pain among patients with knee osteoarthritis.
Vitamin D status linked to pain and functional performance among obese individuals with osteoarthritis
A new study found that vitamin D levels may relate to pain and functional performance in obese individuals with knee osteoarthritis.
Vitamin D levels related to disease activity in Moroccan children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis
A recent study has found that low vitamin D levels may lead to more active juvenile idiopathic arthritis in children.
A surprise finding shows higher vitamin D levels in active juvenile idiopathic arthritis compared to inactive juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
Ankylosing spondylitis is a specific inflammatory arthritis of the vertebral column with involvement of joints and other organs, especially the eyes.
According to a recent US study, taking vitamin D doesn’t keep knee pain from getting worse or slow the loss of cartilage for people with osteoarthritis.
In 1936, Dr Ferdinand Vowinckel was apparently experimenting on himself to see if vitamin D could cure arthritis. Reportedly, he took 2,100,000 IU/day of D2 for 18 days and died.