A recent study found that maintaining vitamin D levels of at least 30 ng/ml was associated with a 60% decreased risk in developing bladder cancer.
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A recent meta-analysis of 19 RCTs found that vitamin D supplementation was associated with a decreased pain score in individuals with chronic pain.
A recent meta-analysis found that low vitamin D levels were associated with a 21% increased risk of developing kidney cancer.
A recent meta-analysis suggests that for each 4 ng/ml increase in vitamin D status, the risk of lung cancer reduces by 5%.
Meta-analysis suggests vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
A meta-analysis of five studies found that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
A new meta-analysis suggests that high vitamin D status reduces the risk of lung cancer.
Results from a recent large meta-analysis suggest that vitamin D supplementation is ineffective in lowering blood pressure.
In a new meta-analysis, researchers out of China have found that vitamin D deficiency may contribute to diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
A recent meta-analysis of RCTs, which excluded “biologically flawed” studies, suggests that vitamin D is an effective treatment for depression.
Researchers recently reviewed a variety of studies on vitamin D and bladder cancer to find that higher levels of vitamin D may protect against bladder cancer.