Researchers discovered that vitamin D sufficiency was common in a Finnish population affected by rheumatic diseases.
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Women with low vitamin D levels had an increased risk of multiple sclerosis compared to women with higher levels, according to a recent study.
Recent study discovers low vitamin D status in rheumatoid arthritis patients experiencing anxiety and depression
Researchers discovered that rheumatoid arthritis patients experiencing anxiety and depression have lower vitamin D levels than those who do not.
Researchers discover that vitamin D deficiency was more common in vitiligo patients, and significantly associated with disease activity.
A recent retrospective study discovered that low vitamin D status may act as an independent predictor of recurrence of Graves’ disease.
A study found that MS patients who supplemented with vitamin D during the winter and spring months experienced a 50% reduction in relapses annually.
Study suggests vitamin D deficiency and autoimmunity are independent risk factors for female infertility
A recent study hypothesized vitamin D status is a marker for infertility among women with an autoimmune disease.
Researchers find vitamin D deficiency is associated with increased disease activity and comorbidities among patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
In Finland, rates of type 1 diabetes have finally leveled off. Can we credit this curtail to the country’s vitamin D food fortification policies implemented in 2003?
A reader tells his story of vitamin D and rheumatoid arthritis and Dr Cannell looks over current research and dire need for more.