A recent study has linked vitamin D status to cardiovascular and all-cause mortality in Caucasian individuals.
Tag Archives: coronary heart disease
A recent study found that vitamin D levels above 32 ng/ml are associated with reduced risk of mortality caused by coronary heart disease.
New review finds calcium and vitamin D supplementation does not increase risk of coronary heart disease
A new meta-analysis has found that calcium and vitamin D supplementation does not impact the risk of coronary heart disease among elderly women.
Tom Weishaar explains that prospective observational studies examining the associated effects of vitamin D status have to be carefully watched.
Researchers from Creighton University are set to study if vitamin D deficiency contributes at all to coronary artery disease.
Research reports that vitamin D deficiency before coronary artery bypass graft surgery predicts risk of mortality after 3 months.
Peripheral artery disease causes plaque buildup in the arteries, and is associated with cardiovascular disease and stroke. How does vitamin D factor in?
Recent study finds that vitamin D deficient patients are much more likely to have coronary artery disease, diabetes, swollen heart muscle (cardiomyopathy) and hypertension.
Dr Cannell discusses the many interesting “heart disease paradoxes.” Get ready to quiz yourself!