Dr. Cannell discusses two recent studies which found that low vitamin D status is associated with an increased risk for kidney stones.
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A recent meta-analysis found that low vitamin D levels were associated with a 21% increased risk of developing kidney cancer.
Recently published research has discovered a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among children at diagnosis of nephrotic syndrome.
Researchers have recently found that vitamin D deficiency is common in kidney transplant patients in Southern California.
Vitamin D status may predict early kidney disease, according to a study published in the July issue of American Journal of Kidney Disease.
For over a decade, it has been acknowledged that those who work night shifts have an increased risk of developing internal cancers. Could vitamin D deficiency play a part?
Researchers in France found that a majority of patients who underwent kidney transplant surgery were vitamin D deficient.
A randomized controlled trial out of the University of South Carolina takes a look at what vitamin D levels in pregnant women give their newborns enough vitamin D.
Brant Cebulla explains endocrine and autocrine functions of vitamin D and looks into a recent study published about chronic kidney disease and activated vitamin D.
Subsequent primary cancers after melanoma diagnosis support that low D level is risk factor for melanoma
A recent set of papers on melanoma provided insight into melanoma, vitamin D, UVB exposure, and internal cancers.