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.
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A recent study found that people who consume salmon experienced reduced anxiety compared to people who consumed alternative meals.
A new study has found that babies born in the winter are at a decreased risk of developing certain temperaments and mood disorders later in life.
Vitamin D deficiency is more common in those with intellectual disabilities compared to the general population
A new study has found that vitamin D deficiency is very common in those with intellectual disabilities and may be due to unique risk factors.
This episode of the Vitamin D Council podcast is all about vitamin D’s role in the brain. Dr. David Llewellyn, who was involved in a major recent study on vitamin D and dementia, is our interview guest.
Study finds vitamin D deficiency common in elderly psychiatric patients, independent of psychiatric diagnosis
New research found that vitamin D deficiency is very common among elderly psychiatric patients, regardless of their psychiatric disorder.
New research has discovered an exciting new mechanism to explain how having low levels of vitamin D might increase one’s risk for schizophrenia
Researchers from the National Institutes of Health teamed up with military specialists to produce a landmark study on suicide among active duty military service members.
Research published this past week is the first to report that low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk for suicide in US military personnel.
Dr Walter Stumpf recently published a review examining vitamin D and it’s function in the brain.