A new study found healthy vitamin D levels increased the odds of remission among inflammatory bowel disease patients who had just begun treatment.
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A recent study found that northern states had increased rates of inflammatory bowel disease hospitalizations compared to southern states.
A study found individuals with a low vitamin D levels experienced a clinical relapse 1.25 times more often than those with healthy vitamin D levels.
New study shows low vitamin D levels may be associated with worse outcomes in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
A recent study found that low vitamin D status was associated with worse pain, disease activity scores and quality of life among patients with IBD.
New study finds low vitamin D status linked to worse outcomes in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
A five year longitudinal study discovered that low vitamin D levels are associated with worse outcomes in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
A study has found that vitamin D supplementation modulates the gut microbiome, offering an explanation for the benefits of vitamin D on G.I. diseases.
A new study reports increased inflammatory bowel disease hospitalization and disease severity in areas of low ultraviolet light availability.
A new study from the Journal of Infectious Diseases has found that, in mice, vitamin D improves the health of the intestinal tract and protects it from damage induced by bacterial infection.
In a new study, researchers have found that in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases, low vitamin D levels may increase the risk for certain cancers.
New research suggests that higher vitamin D levels may reduce the risk of contracting Clostridium difficile infection for those with inflammatory bowel disease.