A recent study found that 80% of NBA players may have inadequate vitamin D levels.
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According to research conducted in the Netherlands, 64% of Dutch athletes are considered to be vitamin D insufficient.
A recent study supports maintaining a vitamin D status of at least 40 ng/ml to protect against stress fractures, especially in active individuals.
A recent study proposed a mechanism to explain how vitamin D supplementation may reduce the risk of infection.
In an interesting new study, researchers found that the vitamin D levels of NFL players from the Pittsburg Steelers were associated with broken bones and being cut from the team.
New research has found that about a third of NCAA athletes in southern California have vitamin D insufficiency or deficiency.
Results from a new study show that vitamin D2 may not be beneficial to muscle health in athletes.
Researchers in a new study have found that severely vitamin D deficient athletes may have smaller hearts compared to athletes sufficient in vitamin D.
Dr Cannell discusses a randomized controlled trial examining the outcomes of vitamin D supplementation in professional UK football players.
Research published in the Journal of Sports Science suggests inadequate vitamin D status is detrimental to musculoskeletal performance in UK athletes.