The Vitamin D Council evaluates a study that made headlines for concluding vitamin D supplementation does not protect the elderly against fractures.
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New research finds achieving healthy vitamin D levels helps relieve symptoms of chronic widespread pain
A new study discovered that vitamin D improved musculoskeletal pain, depression and quality of life among patients with chronic widespread pain.
A new trial reports vitamin D has no effect on general pain and headaches, however there are important limitations to the study that warrant further research.
A new study published in the European Journal of General Practice suggests that correcting vitamin D levels may help reduce diffuse musculoskeletal pain.
After injury, rats treated with large vitamin D doses had increased cellular turnover resulting in faster recovery compared to the placebo group.
A randomized controlled trial reports that vitamin D improves nonspecific musculoskeletal pain in non-Western immigrants.
Research published in the Journal of Sports Science suggests inadequate vitamin D status is detrimental to musculoskeletal performance in UK athletes.
Recent research reports that high dose vitamin D3 combats joint pain, a common side effect of breast cancer therapy.
Research shows older adults who are vitamin D deficient significantly increase their risk of mobility limitation and disability.
Recent research shows that patients with severely deficient vitamin D levels are more than twice as likely to have chronic pain compared to subjects with adequate vitamin D status.