A recent study determined that of children under the age of four, breastfeeding infants were the most likely to be deficient.
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A recent study discovered that vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent in Nigerian newborns.
A recent RCT determined that vitamin D supplementation improved pregnant women’s response to preeclampsia medication therapy.
A new RCT found supplementing infertile men with vitamin D improved their partner’s birth success rate, despite not affecting overall semen quality.
A recent study found an association between low maternal vitamin D status and impaired developmental outcomes in infants and toddlers.
A recent clinical trial concluded that vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy and infancy may prevent allergies.
Vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy decreases various obstetrical complications, according to meta-analysis
A Cochrane meta-analysis finds several obstetrical complications are helped by supplementing with vitamin D during pregnancy.
Researchers find that higher vitamin D level during pregnancy reduce risk of offspring developing an eating disorder up to 20 years of age.
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found a significant link between mothers vitamin D status and infant birth weight.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests that lower vitamin D levels during pregnancy may increase the risk of their offspring getting eczema, at least in the first year of their life.