The largest study on adolescent health in Saudi Arabia reported a shockingly high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency.
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A recent study found that maternal low vitamin D status was associated with an increased risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in children.
A recent study found that diet quality and lifestyle were important modifiable factors associated with vitamin D deficiency in 6 year old children.
A new study suggests that low vitamin D levels during childhood are associated with subclinical atherosclerosis in adults.
Dr. Cannell discusses the implications of a recent study comparing the vitamin D levels of sibling pairs, in which one has autism and the other doesn’t.
Researchers have recently found that adults who had cancer as children have higher rates of vitamin D deficiency compared to healthy adults.
In a recent study, researchers out of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that vitamin D levels may correlate with childhood anemia.
New research out of Australia has found that sun exposure – independent of vitamin D levels – may have a protective association against the development of allergic disease.
Researchers find that higher vitamin D levels are associated with better cardiovascular health markers during childhood than lower vitamin D levels.
Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan found that D status is linked to heart size and aortic stiffness in children with chronic kidney disease.