Low vitamin D levels can trigger high blood pressure, according to research presented at the European Society of Human Genetics conference on Tuesday.
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Dr Cannell publishes fourth peer reviewed article on vitamin D and autism while with the Vitamin D Council, this latest one in the journal Medical Hypothesis.
Recently, Doctor researchers at the University of Angers in France reviewed all the studies on vitamin D and Alzheimer’s. Could vitamin D be a big piece to the puzzle?
Researchers studied the genes of 11 children with vitamin D deficiency comparing them to 11 matched controls.
Researchers in Buenos Aires recently measured vitamin D levels in Koya Indian schoolchildren living at high altitude in Argentina.
Dr Cannell and Dr. Grant analyzed UVB radiation in the US and found that areas with the highest surface UVB have about half as much autism as do areas with the lowest surface UVB.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent study by Dr. Peter Schnatz and colleagues which supports the mechanism of action in autism he proposed in 2007.
Dr Cannell reviews a paper covering the influence vitamin D has on DNA repair genes and its role in repairing DNA “double stranded breaks.”
Dr. Cannell comments on the Los Angeles Time’s series on autism and a subsequent blog by Dr. Irva Hertz-Picciotto.
Dr. Cannell reviews a paper on vitamin D receptor sites on the human genome.