A meta-analysis of RCTs discovered that vitamin D supplementation did not increase the risk of noncalcemic adverse effects compared to a placebo.
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A recent study discovered vitamin D deficiency was associated with slower walking speed in middle aged and elderly individuals.
Researchers discovered that a minimum of 4,000 IU vitamin D is needed to help control serum markers of type II diabetes.
Meta-analysis discovers vitamin D supplementation may act as an adjunct therapy for hepatitis C treatment
Researchers discovered vitamin D supplementation may be an effective adjunct therapy for individuals with hepatitis C undergoing antiviral treatment.
Researchers discovered a 1.58 increased chance of birthing an infant that is small for gestational age in pregnant women who are vitamin D deficient.
A recent study discovered higher vitamin D levels were associated with a 19% reduced risk of mortality from pancreatic cancer.
Researchers found higher vitamin D levels were associated with decreased lung cancer risk and increased odds of survival.
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.