A recent study suggests prenatal vitamin D screening is an important preventative measure in improving maternal outcomes.
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A recent study determined that of children under the age of four, breastfeeding infants were the most likely to be deficient.
A mother thanks Dr. Cannell for spreading information on the relationship between vitamin D and autism, thus, changing her life, her son’s life, and her family’s life.
A new publication in the International Journal of Circumpolar Health reports that even infants placed on formula are at risk for severe vitamin D deficiency.
Complications during pregnancy can include preeclampsia, small for gestational age, and gestational diabetes. Will vitamin D help prevent any of these complications?
There is a link between maternal vitamin D deficiency and adverse health outcomes, according to the latest systematic review.
Drs Cannell and Grant outline the evidence that maternal vitamin D Deficiency may explain increased inflammation, maternal infections, and autism.
Everything you need to know about vitamin D during pregnancy and breastfeeding and how much your baby needs.
A new study found prevalence of autism among U.S. children is inversely correlated with UVB, the primary source of vitamin D.
Dr. Cannell looks at a new study that finds association between breast feeding and autism.