Dr. Cannell explores how the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)’s opinion on vitamin D and pregnancy preceded their evidence.
Tag Archives: maternal vitamin D status
A recent study found that vitamin D levels of at least 40 ng/ml are associated with a 60% reduced risk of preterm birth.
A mouse model found maternal vitamin D deficiency increased the offspring’s risk for long-term metabolic complications.
Research suggests that mothers contribute less vitamin D to their developing fetus when they have insufficient levels.
A new study suggests that gestational vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increased risk of autism-related traits in offspring.
A recent study found that maternal vitamin D status is inversely associated with ADHD scores in young children.
A recent study found that maternal low vitamin D status was associated with an increased risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in children.
Association between maternal vitamin D status and risk of preterm birth similar among preterm birth subtypes
Recent research provides more evidence that low vitamin D status increases the risk for preterm birth.
Findings from a new study shows maternal vitamin D deficiency is related to lung development, neuro-cognition, eating disorders, and lower bone mass in offspring.
New research has found that vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women is associated with lower peak bone mass in their children years later.