Dr. Cannell discusses a recent RCT that showed vitamin D supplementation failed to benefit patients with chronic heart failure.
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A recent study found that individuals with low levels of total vitamin D and bioavailable vitamin D were at increased risk for cardiac event compared to people with high vitamin D levels.
A study found that patients with vitamin D levels below 15 ng/ml were 35% more likely to experience a cardiovascular event in the next 3 years.
Vitamin D deficiency is significantly associated with metabolic risk factors in morbidly obese adolescents, according to research reported at the Pediatric Endocrine Society annual meeting.
One of the mysteries of heart attacks is their seasonality. Before the modern sun avoidance era, there were 50% more heart attacks in the winter than in the summer.
Researchers look into whether vitamin D affects the heart scaring process after a heart attack.
New research published by Dr. Julian Barth and colleagues implies vitamin D is not metabolically cleared during the healing of the heart following a heart attack.
Dr Cannell discusses a study which shows a relationship between vitamin D blood levels and damage done during a heart attack.