A recent cohort study found that high dose vitamin D supplementation decreased markers of systemic inflammation among adolescent girls.
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Meta-analysis of RCT: vitamin D lowers inflammatory markers but does not improve clinical condition in those with congestive heart...
Meta-analysis of RCTs in congestive heart failure (CHF) shows vitamin D lowers inflammatory markers but does not improve clinical condition.
A recent study found that low vitamin D levels were strongly associated with chronic back pain of unknown etiology.
New research suggests that vitamin D during pregnancy may not play much of a role in cardiovascular disease in offspring.
Pregnant women are at increased risk of having higher inflammation, increased insulin resistance and increased blood pressure. Can vitamin D help?
Researchers out of Turkey find that vitamin D may be key for healthy arteries. In their study, they found that vitamin D deficiency correlated with poorer aortic distensibility in diabetic patients.
Drs Cannell and Grant outline the evidence that maternal vitamin D Deficiency may explain increased inflammation, maternal infections, and autism.
Researchers in Denmark report that people with active Crohn’s disease are more likely to have low vitamin D levels when compared with patients in remission.
Researchers aimed to study two statin drugs which both help lower cholesterol. One statin is more effective in decreasing inflammation.
Is D the missing link between rheumatoid arthritis, increased cardiovascular disease risk, and vitamin D deficiency?