A new study found healthy vitamin D status may decrease breast cancer risk by 21% within 5 years.
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Research suggests that mothers contribute less vitamin D to their developing fetus when they have insufficient levels.
Recent study finds mood disorders are linked to a more severe vitamin D deficiency than schizophrenia
A study conducted by the journal Psychiatry Research, found Individuals with mood disorders have a significantly lower vitamin D status than those with schizophrenia.
Recent study finds link between low vitamin D status and high disease activity in systemic lupus erythematosus patients
A recent prospective cohort study found a link between vitamin D status and disease activity in Australian patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Dr. Cannell discusses multiple studies that have found vitamin D, among other vitamins and minerals, especially silicon, may help osteoporosis and its complications.
A recent prospective cohort study found a relationship between resident sun exposure and risk of Crohn’s disease but not ulcerative colitis.
A new study published in BMJ Open has found that vitamin D status may predict the risk of relapse in people with tuberculosis.
Researchers in a new study examined the role vitamin D plays in risk of preterm birth.
Recent research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that vitamin D may protect against lung cancer in never-smoking postmenopausal women.
New research published in The American Journal of Medicine has found an increased risk of all-cause mortality for patients entering the hospital with low vitamin D levels.