A recent study found that solar radiation is associated with a decreased incidence and mortality rate of leading cancers in the United States.
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A recent meta-analysis comprised of seven studies found that vitamin D deficiency increases the odds of anemia.
Dr. Cannell discusses a study that found that patients with Crohn’s disease receive maximum immune effects when a vitamin D level of > 40 ng/ml is met.
Association between maternal vitamin D status and risk of preterm birth similar among preterm birth subtypes
Recent research provides more evidence that low vitamin D status increases the risk for preterm birth.
New research published in the journal Cancer has found that UV affects prostate cancer incidence in the United States, with lower incidence in areas with greater amounts of UV.
In this new blog we explore the global incidence of type 1 diabetes to see if it relates to latitude and sun exposure.
Researchers out of the University of California, San Diego, have found that increasing levels of vitamin D don’t increase kidney stone risk.
Associate Professor Sadeq Quraishi and colleagues may have found a way to cut down on hospital-acquired bloodstream infections
In a recent review, Doctor Jordan Kempker of Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, summarized what we know about sepsis and vitamin D.
The USA has the highest incidence of breast cancer in the world. Can vitamin D help reduce the incidence? New meta-analysis takes a look.