A recent study found that high dose vitamin D supplementation reduced inflammation and decreased redness in the skin after sunburn.
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A new study found that vitamin D insufficiency is associated with low rates of DNA methylation, which may increase disease risk.
A novel study suggests that inflammation may be the underlying connection between vitamin D status and prostate cancer.
Closer look: Researchers discover evidence for a new mechanism behind vitamin D’s role in treating multiple sclerosis
New research uncovers a potential mechanism by which vitamin D affects multiple sclerosis patients.
A randomized controlled trial published in Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine has found that vitamin D supplementation may help turn on certain genes in alveolar macrophages.
Tom Weishaar looks at a recent study that finds that three different metabolites of vitamin D can activate the vitamin D receptor.
When the human genome project mapped its first chromosome in 1999, scientists predicted the human genome would contain over 100,000 active genes.
A recent study by Dror et al raised some questions about higher levels of vitamin D. Dr Cannell takes a look at the study and its merits.
We know that vitamin D controls up to 5% of the human genome. Researchers recently looked at a large number of genes before and after vitamin D supplementation.
Dr Grant investigates how autism, vitamin D and cytokines – proteins released by cells in the body that carry signals to other cells – are interconnected.