A recent study evaluated mothers’ preferences for supplementing their infants with vitamin D.
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Research suggests that mothers contribute less vitamin D to their developing fetus when they have insufficient levels.
A new study analyzes the vitamin D content of infant foods and supplements, revealing the disturbing truth about the inaccuracy of food labels.
A new study suggests that low vitamin D status during infancy is associated with an increased risk for developing multiple sclerosis.
A study found that achieving a healthy vitamin D status during a baby’s first 12-36 months may help reduce body fat and increase muscle as a toddler.
A recent RCT found that prenatal vitamin D supplementation benefits babies born in winter by increasing bone mass at birth.
The most influential journal in pediatrics shows current recommendation for breastfeeding women is severely inadequate.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent meta-analysis that found vitamin D deficiency may be a modifiable risk factor for respiratory distress in infants.
A recent review questions who should be legally responsible for ensuring infants and pregnant women maintain sufficient vitamin D levels.
A recent study found that a standardized nutrition protocol was effective at raising vitamin D levels in preterm infants.