A recent study determined that of children under the age of four, breastfeeding infants were the most likely to be deficient.
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Researchers explored the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in postpartum, lactating women within 8 regions in China.
In today’s episode, Dr. Hollis discusses vitamin D testing and the importance of vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
A recent study recommends vitamin D supplementation for children who are still breastfeeding after their first birthday.
The most influential journal in pediatrics shows current recommendation for breastfeeding women is severely inadequate.
Dr. John Cannell discusses a free vitamin program for pregnant women, infants, and children that fails to give adequate amounts of vitamin D.
A new randomized controlled trial reports, if you dose adequately, the breastfeeding mother can provide vitamin D in her breast milk by either single large monthly dose or by daily supplementation.
Type I diabetes has increased steadily for over 50 years. But why? We take a look at all the hypothesis and how they might be interrelated.
Breastfed infants in South Korea carry a significant risk of vitamin D deficiency, according to new research.
In March of 2013, researchers did a systematic review of the literature on the amount of vitamin D a lactating woman needs to maintain adequate vitamin D levels in infants.