Dr. Cannell discusses the safety of pharmacological doses of vitamin D.
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It’s often cited that the human body can make 10,000 to 25,000 IU of vitamin D, maybe more, in a single session of full body sun exposure. How do we know that?
In a new study, researchers in Iran were interested in whether different dosages of vitamin D would improve insulin resistance during pregnancy.
A randomized controlled trial out of the University of South Carolina takes a look at what vitamin D levels in pregnant women give their newborns enough vitamin D.
Dr Cannell discusses the “placebo effect” in psychiatric studies and a recent study published in Acta Paediatrica looking into the role of vitamin D in adolescent depression.
Painful periods or dysmenorrhea have always been a common problem for women. Dr Cannell discusses the recent research which suggests a beneficial role of vitamin D in relieving painful menstrual cramps.
Drs. Goel and Lal from India study the role of Vitamin D supplementation combined with antihypertensive drugs for patients with hypertension.
Study suggests that detecting and treating low vitamin D levels in asthmatic children could aid in treatment.