A recent study discovered nearly 80% of very low and extremely low birth weight babies are vitamin D deficient.
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Dr. Cannell discusses the role of vitamin D in lung development among preterm births.
Dr. Cannell highlights several factors that lead to wrongly accused child abuse cases in infants with undiagnosed rickets.
Severe vitamin D deficiency may affect up to 27% of southern Europeans, according to systematic review
A recent systematic review found high rates of vitamin D deficiency in infants, adolescents, adults and elderly southern European individuals.
Researchers discovered a 1.58 increased chance of birthing an infant that is small for gestational age in pregnant women who are vitamin D deficient.
A recent study discovered that 1,000 IU is well tolerated and effective at raising vitamin D levels to optimal status in preterm infants.
Researchers explored the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in postpartum, lactating women within 8 regions in China.
A recent study evaluated mothers’ preferences for supplementing their infants with vitamin D.
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.