Dr. Grant reviews a recent study that suggests low vitamin D status is associated with an increased risk of all-cause mortality.
Tag Archives: cardiovascular disease
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent study that has followed his and Dr. Vasquez’s suggested trial guidelines for a successful RCT.
A recent study conducted in India found that low vitamin D status may be an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
New study finds vitamin D status may be inversely associated with physical capacity for cardiac rehabilitation patients
An observational study found that vitamin D deficiency was related to less improvement in physical capacity after cardiac rehabilitation.
New study finds both high and low vitamin D levels associated with increased cardiovascular disease mortality
New research has reported a J-shaped curve for the relationship between vitamin D levels and cardiovascular disease mortality.
New research shows the potential benefit of vitamin D on the risk of mortality over 13 years in patients with cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.
Using an interesting study design, researchers have found that vitamin D is an established risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
A recent study found that elevated parathyroid hormone levels are not a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, contrary to previous research.
We look at a study which suggests that increased cardiovascular risk from aging is in part caused by decreased nitric oxide, which is released from the skin in response to sun exposure.
Researchers from the American College of Cardiology have found that vitamin D deficiency is related to risk and severity of coronary artery disease.