Researchers discovered that a minimum of 4,000 IU vitamin D is needed to help control serum markers of type II diabetes.
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Study shows low vitamin D status leads to macular degeneration (MD) and having genes that impair the complement system magnifies that risk.
A new RCT found that vitamin D affected the capacity of T regulatory cells to suppress Inflammation in young patients with type 1 diabetes.
Researchers recently evaluated how genes that influence vitamin D status relate to the risk of multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Cannell discusses the implications of a recent study comparing the vitamin D levels of sibling pairs, in which one has autism and the other doesn’t.
Can vitamin D be washed off the skin? Is there a difference between vitamin D derived from sun exposure and from food/supplements? New review takes a look.
Low vitamin D levels can trigger high blood pressure, according to research presented at the European Society of Human Genetics conference on Tuesday.
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.