A recent cohort study found that high dose vitamin D supplementation decreased markers of systemic inflammation among adolescent girls.
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Pregnant women are at increased risk of having higher inflammation, increased insulin resistance and increased blood pressure. Can vitamin D help?
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.
Dr Cannell reviews an RCT comparing a yogurt drink fortified with vitamin D and calcium to a placebo yogurt drink.
Researchers from the University of Alabama look into the association of sunlight and stroke: the more sunlight the fewer strokes.
Dr. Cannell provides a little insight on latest study that found a slight increase in CRP in high vitamin D blood serum levels.
Take a look at the reader questions Dr Cannell answers discussing topics such as vitamin D co-factors, asthma, autism, and more.