Recent research suggests maintaining natural doses of vitamin D reduces the risk of developing metabolic syndrome.
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Researchers recently evaluated how news outlets have portrayed vitamin D supplementation over time to determine major themes and changes.
Researchers out of Calgary are providing vitamins to flood victims to see if they help with post-traumatic stress.
Recently two Swiss researchers published a review of all the studies of the vitamin D content of various protein food groups.
Kellogg’s has received approval to start adding vitamin D to its cereals in Canada. The approval comes from the governmental body Health Canada.
A significant decline in vitamin D status among children undergoing heart surgery was associated with the use of a machine that takes over heart function, according to recent research.
Only one fourth of patients who were prescribed vitamin D by mail achieved sufficient vitamin D levels 6 months later, according to research presented in San Francisco.
Recent research suggests that vitamin D deficient patients with autoimmune diseases have a higher risk of disease activity compared to those with higher vitamin D levels.
Women undergoing in vitro fertilization may want to increase their vitamin D levels to up their chances of getting pregnant, according to new research.
In the last year there have been a number of studies looking at vitamin D levels in children in various locations around the world. Tom Weishaar compares and contrasts the results.