A recent study determined that of children under the age of four, breastfeeding infants were the most likely to be deficient.
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A recent study discovered that vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent in Nigerian newborns.
Researchers discovered an alarming prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabian pregnant women and newborns.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent meta-analysis that found vitamin D deficiency may be a modifiable risk factor for respiratory distress in infants.
The prevalence of infantile rickets is unknown due to the lack of skeletal surveys in otherwise healthy infants.
New research out of Qatar suggests that severe vitamin D deficiency may be especially problematic for newborns compared to babies older than six months.
New research out of Italy has found that prenatal supplement recommendations are too low to ensure vitamin D sufficiency in newborns.
A new randomized controlled trial shows once again, high-dose vitamin D during pregnancy is safe and effective at raising vitamin D blood levels for mother and newborn child.
A newborn’s immune system development and risk of multiple sclerosis may be influenced by their month of birth.
Alaska State legislator, Representative Paul Seaton, wants to test the vitamin D levels of all newborns in Alaska.