Researchers found higher vitamin D levels were associated with decreased lung cancer risk and increased odds of survival.
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A recent study concluded that vitamin D is inversely associated with carotid artery plaques and thickening, two common predictors of atherosclerosis.
A recent analysis of five studies found that very low vitamin D levels were linked to an increased risk of miscarriage.
A new meta-analysis found that the repletion of vitamin D deficiency may lead to HbA1C reductions among type II diabetes patients.
Meta-analysis of RCTs shows vitamin D supplementation reduces mortality risk among critically-ill adults
Dr. Balden discusses a study that found that vitamin D supplementation is associated with decreased all-cause mortality risk in critically ill adults.
A meta-analysis of over 5000 children concludes no association between vitamin D and food allergies.
Research finds daily or weekly vitamin D supplements reduce risk of acute respiratory tract infections
A meta-analysis found that people who received weekly or daily, but not monthly, vitamin D reduced their risk of acute respiratory tract infections.
New meta-analysis reveals high vitamin D status reduces risk of colorectal cancer and type II diabetes
A recent meta-analysis suggests the optimal vitamin D levels lie beyond the Food and Nutrition Board’s recommended 20 ng/ml.
A new meta-analysis of RCTs found vitamin D supplementation helped regulate menstrual cycle and improve follicular development among women with PCOS.
A new meta-analysis of 15 studies found that a vitamin D status of 50 ng/ml had 60% reduced risk of colorectal cancer compared to those with 5 ng/ml.