The VDC interviews our board member, Dr. Robyn Balden, to discuss the relationship between vitamin D and cognition and highlights a clinical study she is involved in.
Tag Archives: dementia
Yet another study finds low levels of vitamin D are associated with an increased risk of developing dementia.
Studies show that many dermatologists promoting sun-avoidance are doing much more harm than good.
Study suggests a combination of vitamin D, leucine and medium chain triglycerides improves cognition among the elderly
A randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D, combined with leucine and medium chain triglycerides, improves cognition in elderly adults.
Recent study reviews whether current research on vitamin D and dementia follows Hill’s criteria for causation
Dr. Cannell discusses a review paper on D and dementia to see if the evidence that exists to date meets Hill’s criteria for causation.
A recent cohort study found that vitamin D status related to poorer executive function, processing speed and visual perceptual skills.
Dr. Cannell evaluates the study that found low vitamin D levels may lead greater cognitive decline in older adults.
Meta-analysis suggests vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
A meta-analysis of five studies found that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers find that low vitamin D levels are related to both mild cognitive impairment and dementia in older adults.
New research found that people living in northern latitudes have an increased risk for dementia compared to those living in southern latitudes.