As previously reported, CDC opened a docket for evidence on how government can take measures to reduce sun exposure habits of Americans.
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Dr William Grant responds to a recent paper that defends the Institute of Medicine’s recommendations on vitamin D.
Dr Cannell brings attention to prevalent magnesium deficiency and the need for more interest from health care providers and researchers.
Several pediatric societies along with the IOM have recommended infants get 400 IU of vitamin D daily to fulfill their vitamin D needs.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines on vitamin D requirements for preterm infants.
Researchers of the University of Liège in Belgium recently tried to find out if 4,000 IU/day is enough to raise vitamin D levels above 30 ng/ml.
Everything you need to know about vitamin D during pregnancy and breastfeeding and how much your baby needs.
Dr. Cannell calls out Dr. Gallo of the IOM and applauds Fraser Health, who recently announced the implementation of 20,000 IU/week supplementation for all of their nursing home residents.
Do we hold the government liable for unwillingness to make more progressive vitamin D recommendations?
Dr Cannell reviews Dr Robert Heaney’s latest publication which calls attention to the massive damage prolonged vitamin D deficiency may have.