A recent study found that vitamin D levels below 30 ng/ml are associated with impaired recovery from hip fracture.
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A recent study found vitamin D status is associated with grip strength among elderly African American women at risk for osteoporosis.
The Vitamin D Council evaluates a study that made headlines for concluding vitamin D supplementation does not protect the elderly against fractures.
Dr. Cannell highlights several factors that lead to wrongly accused child abuse cases in infants with undiagnosed rickets.
Study finds updated vitamin D guidelines unsuccessful at improving Canadian children’s vitamin D status
The 2010 updated dietary guidelines for vitamin D appears to be unsuccessful at improving vitamin D status among Canadian children.
Researchers discovered a significant difference between vitamin D status in children with forearm fractures and healthy controls.
New research suggests that air pollution is an independent risk factor for vitamin D deficiency.
Vitamin D supplementation may improve musculoskeletal health among children with inflammatory bowel disease
A new study found vitamin D supplementation was linked to improved bone mineral density and muscle power in children with inflammatory bowel disease.
A recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine argues that there is no vitamin D deficiency pandemic.
A recent RCT found that prenatal vitamin D supplementation benefits babies born in winter by increasing bone mass at birth.