Our newest addition of the Vitamin D Council team, Rachel Namery, introduces herself to our members, sharing her health journey and role within the organization.
Tag Archives: education
A recent study explored the attitudes and beliefs of parents on sun exposure and UV protection in their young children.
New research found that over 70% of Lebanese pharmacy students had low vitamin D levels and that pharmacist counseling was an effective intervention.
Carole Baggerly discusses the Protect our Children Now project, a 2 year program focused on helping pregnant women achieve healthy vitamin D levels.
Our friends at The Vitamin D Society, a Canadian non-profit, have proclaimed November as Vitamin D Awareness Month.
A new study looks at factors that might influence whether or not a child adheres to taking a daily vitamin D supplement. We look at the results.
Researchers in Ireland find that pregnant women have low vitamin D status and poor knowledge of vitamin D and its sources.
Lost in the effort to improve global vitamin D awareness is that to date, we actually don’t have very good data on best methods to educate on vitamin D.
Findings from research conducted in Australia suggest that people at risk of vitamin D deficiency have limited awareness and understanding about vitamin D.
Feeding for Life Foundation is offering a grant to fund projects that raise awareness for the importance of vitamin D and boost intake in pre-school children.