A recent study concluded that vitamin D is inversely associated with carotid artery plaques and thickening, two common predictors of atherosclerosis.
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Insight on the study that found vitamin D supplementation increased cholesterol and triglycerides in obese adolescents
Dr. Cannell analyzes the recent study that found vitamin D supplementation increased cholesterol and triglycerides in obese adolescents.
New study finds both high and low vitamin D levels associated with increased cardiovascular disease mortality
New research has reported a J-shaped curve for the relationship between vitamin D levels and cardiovascular disease mortality.
The link between low vitamin D and increased risk of heart disease varies by race and ethnicity, according to new research.
A new study in the journal Coronary Artery Disease reports that vitamin D deficiency correlates with slow coronary function.
In a new study, researchers in Iran were interested in whether different dosages of vitamin D would improve insulin resistance during pregnancy.
One of the mysteries of heart attacks is their seasonality. Before the modern sun avoidance era, there were 50% more heart attacks in the winter than in the summer.
Researchers in Tel Aviv found that just 1000 IU vitamin D every day resulted in beneficial changes in arterial stiffness among diabetic patients.
Researchers look into whether vitamin D affects the heart scaring process after a heart attack.
Vitamin D supplementation may be needed in children with HIV, according to a study published in the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal.