In a recent study, vitamin D deficiency was associated with emotional, behavioral and peer relationship problems among older adolescents.
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Low vitamin D status is associated with worse neurological outcomes in patients with severe brain injury
A recent study found an association between low vitamin D status and poor neurological outcomes in patients admitted to neuro-critical-care units.
Research suggests high dose vitamin D supplementation helps reduce depression, but not aggression, among adolescent girls.
A recent study found pregnant women had a 2% decreased risk of depression for every 0.4 ng/ml increase in vitamin D status.
A recent randomized controlled trial discovered that adolescents who supplemented with vitamin D had better executive function than those who didn’t.
While observational studies suggest vitamin D may be linked to schizophrenia, a recent clinical trial found contrary results.
Low vitamin D levels in autistic children not due to decreased sun exposure or less dietary vitamin D
A new study suggests that low vitamin D status in autistic children is not a result from decreased sun exposure or dietary intake of vitamin D.
A paper published in the journal Schizophrenia Research found a significant relationship between low vitamin D levels and heightened levels of depression.
A recent study found that vitamin D supplementation resulted in a greater reduction in depression than placebo among pregnant Iranian mothers.
Dr. Cannell discusses the current research that may explain how vitamin D and K2 supplementation helped resolve a member’s struggle with depression.