Dr. Cannell reviews the limitations regarding the use of Mendelian randomization studies to prove a causal relationship between vitamin D and eczema.
Tag Archives: Mendelian randomization
A recent Mendelian randomization study found that lower vitamin D status is a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.
New research suggests lower vitamin D status was associated with increased odds of developing ovarian cancer.
Mendelian randomization study finds no relationship between vitamin D status and coronary artery disease
A Mendelian randomization study found that genetically low vitamin D levels were not associated with increased risk of coronary artery disease.
Researchers recently evaluated how genes that influence vitamin D status relate to the risk of multiple sclerosis.
Researchers recently looked at how genes that influence vitamin D status relate to risk of mortality.
Will Hunter takes an in-depth look at Mendelian randomization studies and shows why they are so important in epidemiological research.
Tom Weishaar looks at a new Mendelian randomization study that reports no link between vitamin D and type 2 diabetes.
Tom Weishaar examines how the methodology behind Mendelian randomization can determine direction of causality.
Observational studies have consistently reported an increased risk of vitamin D deficiency in those who are obese.