A recent study determined vitamin D supplementation of 4,000 IU was effective in mediating some immune components in response to the dengue virus.
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Open label trial discovers 1,200 IU/day more effective than 400 IU/day in managing influenza in infants
A recent open label trial found that higher doses of vitamin D in infants reduced duration of influenza symptoms.
A new study suggests vitamin D helps decrease expression of receptors responsible for the pathogenesis of lupus, thereby reducing autoimmune activity.
Vitamin D deficient patients with rheumatoid arthritis had more inflammation, insulin resistance and disease severity than those who were sufficient.
A recent study has concluded that lower vitamin D levels are associated with worse outcomes in critically-ill children admitted to the PICU.
A recent study evaluated the factors that lead to physician-ordered vitamin D testing and supplementation among individuals with chronic pain.
Researchers discover that vitamin D deficiency was more common in vitiligo patients, and significantly associated with disease activity.
According to a recent study, HIV infected youths benefited from vitamin D supplementation adjunct to antiretroviral HIV treatment.
A recent RCT found that 1,000 IU per day effectively increased antimicrobial activity within the airway compared to a placebo.
A recent retrospective study discovered that low vitamin D status may act as an independent predictor of recurrence of Graves’ disease.