A recent RCT found that prenatal vitamin D supplementation benefits babies born in winter by increasing bone mass at birth.
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Dr. Cannell takes a closer look at a RCT that found vitamin D supplementation does not improve bone density in post-menopausal women.
Findings from a new study shows maternal vitamin D deficiency is related to lung development, neuro-cognition, eating disorders, and lower bone mass in offspring.
New RCT: Vitamin D and calcium supplementation helps promote bone health in children taking glucocorticoids
A new study out of India found that vitamin D and calcium protects against bone loss in children taking glucocorticoids for their nephrotic syndrome.
Researchers are currently seeking participants for a new trial in hopes to determine how much vitamin D is enough to build and maintain healthy bones.
A team of researchers are conducting a study to determine if increased vitamin D and calcium intake can improve bone health in military personnel.
New research presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons annual meeting shows that people with traumatic bone fractures often have low levels of vitamin D.
Normal bone aging is significantly accelerated with vitamin D deficiency, according to researchers at University of California Berkley.
Dr Cannell reviews some of the latest research on the importance of vitamin D for bone health in infants and children.
While people think “bone health” when they hear “vitamin D,” the relationship between the two is not as clear as you might think.