Dr. Cannell responds to a member’s question regarding how much vitamin D is produced from sunbathing.
Tag Archives: latitude
A study of nearly one million patients found that both season and latitude were associated with health outcomes following bariatric surgery.
A recent study found that northern states had increased rates of inflammatory bowel disease hospitalizations compared to southern states.
Researchers discovered that individuals residing at higher latitudes with lower sun exposure are more than two times likely to develop leukemia.
A new RCT found that vitamin D affected the capacity of T regulatory cells to suppress Inflammation in young patients with type 1 diabetes.
Research provides further evidence that vitamin D and sun exposure play a role in multiple sclerosis
A recent survey investigated whether vitamin D supplementation, latitude and sun exposure are related to health outcomes of multiple sclerosis.
A new study assessed the seasonality of 25(OH)D levels in cattle, a sun exposed population.
In this new blog we explore the global incidence of type 1 diabetes to see if it relates to latitude and sun exposure.
Dr. Cannell discusses some of the recent research on vitamin D’s role in restless leg syndrome.
Researchers recently found a link between UV radiation and the risk of non-Hodgkin’s ad Hodgkin’s lymphoma.