A UK study of over 500,000 people found that vitamin D and calcium supplementation were not associated with cardiovascular events.
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A study found those who took a daily dose of vitamin D3 experienced improved heart function compared to those who took a daily placebo.
A recent study found that individuals with low levels of total vitamin D and bioavailable vitamin D were at increased risk for cardiac event compared to people with high vitamin D levels.
A recent study determined that low vitamin D status is associated with myocardial dysfunction in adolescents by the use of the TDI ultrasound.
A study found that patients with vitamin D levels below 15 ng/ml were 35% more likely to experience a cardiovascular event in the next 3 years.
A new study suggests that low vitamin D levels during childhood are associated with subclinical atherosclerosis in adults.
Recent research published in Stroke shows for the first time that vitamin D is linked to cerebral small vessel disease.
In adolescents, the relationship between vitamin D status and cardiovascular health may vary by race
Recent research looked at the role that vitamin D status, and race-specific determinants of vitamin D status, plays in vascular health.
A recent study published in the journal Clinical Cardiology suggests that vitamin D deficiency may be a predictor for electrocardiography abnormalities.
A new study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research has reported that vitamin D status may relate to cardiovascular fitness and body mass index among college students.